I have always had a love for photography, which started at a very early age when I first picked up a camera; recognising it as a way to express myself. With this new found love, I then began to hone my craft, culminating in two years as a photographer’s assistant. After this time, I went on to document the 90’s underground squat party scene and later, the refugee crisis in Northern France.
The importance of these social stories led me to integrate my love of history and photography to focus on an ongoing project: South East London’s link to the Transatlantic Slave trade. This is a true passion project, which I believe has the capacity to elicit understanding and connection to who we all are in this most global of cities.
My commissions have included commercial work, portraiture and personal projects, which have been exhibited at Zenubian Gallery, OXO Tower and Monate Gallery.