I am primarily a documentary photographer. I studied a BA in photography and film 2011-2015 and then did various commercial jobs involving mainly portraits for businesses.
I fell back into documentary work after being compelled to start a self-initiated project on homelessness and social housing in Birmingham. My work was eventually picked up by Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust working alongside The Criminal Justice Liaison & Diversion Service, with whom I am now working to make sensitive documentary portraits and stories with their service users.
I am also lucky to have been commissioned to work on a project called 'A Level Playing Field' for Place Prospectors CIC regarding the regeneration of a neglected estate in Birmingham.
In September I will begin an MA in Photography. I aim to specialise in working with those with vulnerabilities within documentary photography and photojournalism.