British 20-something photographer, taking pictures and exploring the world a little bit at a time.
I work for a UK children's charity as their Multimedia Editor; producing photographic and film materials.
I have an A Level in photography and that has provided me with a basic knowledge and understanding, which I have built upon ever since through experimentation, freelance work and more formal jobs in the photographic industry.
I am drawn to patterns, lines, shapes, strange occurrences and quirks, and the overlooked things in the world which would disappear without mention. Often, I find myself photographing things most people would pass without a second thought; I like the mundane, pointless or strange moments which occur every day without much note.
In my spare time I walk and cycle, exploring the world around me and photographing what I discover. Walking or cycling enables me to explore and view the world at a steady pace. When you travel slowly, you become engaged with your surroundings and a part of them, rather than passing through them in a disconnected way. Walking especially, is slow and allows you to witness the world at a pace far more natural to humans. It's a massively underrated way of travelling. Especially outside the major urban centres.