I am a self taught documentary photographer based in London.
My work is centred on bringing hidden stories to light from marginalised and disadvantaged communities. I have travelled around the world to make documentary work on little known realities and issues in as honest and sensitive a way as possible.
My work has been widely featured and exhibited alongside some of the best up and coming photographers in the world in publications including Then There Was Us, in their annual book of ones to watch in both 2019 and 2020. They also published a story on my coverage of the EDL protests. My work covering the BLM protests was published by Isolate Zine.
Last year Whynow? published a Q&A on my the Rest of Us Project. I was featured in 2 exhibitions in Rome by LoosenArt, one on the subject of home, the other on Silent Cites. Alongside my photography practice I work as a lobbyist for a charity that helps people severely affected by mental illness. This has also informed my photography.