Photography is my language. It is the element that lays the foundation for all of my artistic practice.
Since graduating from the University of South Wales in Documentary Photography, I’ve been working within photographic education. In recent years my personal practice has evolved, leading towards the study for an MA at the University of the West of England, where I am exploring the diversity of printmaking and media, exposing me to new conceptual ideologies and physical materials.
I consider myself a street photographer, influenced by American masters from a past generation. I find inspiration in my observation of the city streets. The viewfinder quietens and simplifies the chaos I find around me. It brings a new light that connects narratives and conversations.
With the transition into print and photography, I am finding different ways to create work that communicates my ideas, helping me push the boundaries of both. This has opened new avenues and reinvented my practice.