With an interest in the spectacle of modern warfare, I explore spaces in which conflict occur particularly interested in the indirect effects on war; how they surface in the everyday and how these issues are dealt with in absence of mainstream media. Using a simple, unintrusive approach to many of the projects, I attempt to make invisible subjects visible through the use of landscape and context. Photographing in a slow and quiet manor, I try to force the viewer to study the image to extract the most information they can to then be reinforced by their own contextual knowledge and personal views. Consciously realising my place as a western spectator of modern conflict issues, I try to make work which aims to resonate with the western viewer in a non-confrontational way, believing empathy is most effective when the viewer pieces the puzzle together for themselves. 



Sala Salon. Battersea, London. 2021.

Balkans Today; The Present of A Wounded Landscape. Exarcheia, Athens 2020

Long Live Southbank, Bermondsey Project Space, 2019. 

Offprint, TATE, 2018. (Including panel discussion with Self Publish Be Happy)

Cream '15, Crane Kalman Gallery, Brighton, 2015. 

UCA Graduate Show, Rochester, 2015. 

Black Box Exhibition, Medway Photo Festival, 2014. 

Free Range, Truman Brewery, 2015


Arts Council England funding 2021 

Belfast Photo Festival 2021, Shortlist 

International Photography Grant 2019, Third place

Metro Imaging Award 2018, Shortlist

Burn Magazine Emerging Photographer Fund 2018, Shortlist

Magnum Graduate Photographer of the Year 2016, talked at Photo London 2016

Source Graduate Photographer of the Year 2015

Using Format