Based in Cornwall, my photographic practice predominantly looks at the human impact on the natural world through the use of alternative and camera-less photographic processes.
I have worked in a variety of photographic roles from commercial to medical, and set up my participatory photography project, ShutterPod, in Cornwall in 2014.
To develop my own photographic practice more I enrolled on the MA in Photography at Falmouth University in 2016. My ongoing project, Harena Now, has evolved through this.
In 2018, I was shortlisted for the Eden Project/FoAM Residency: Invisible Worlds, and was one of eight Cornwall-based artists to participate in Beyond the Fields, an event to bring scientists, theorists and artists together to discuss the nature of transdisciplinary research and art/science collaborations.
In 2017, I took part in an exhibition at Hayle Heritage Centre as part of Falmouth University's Searching for Meaning work-in-progress show; was commissioned by Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the University of Exeter’s Environment and Sustainability Institute as the artist for their 6000 FLOWERS - Farm for AONBees pollinator project; and attended Garden Leave, a visual artists' residency at Hestercombe Gardens, Somerset, to help develop an arts centre.
In 2016, I was commissioned by Cornwall Crafts Association to produce a film as part of the WWI commemorative 14-18 NOW project, which was shown at exhibitions at National Trust venues.
I previously Crowdfunded and curated a one-day alternative photography festival as part of Newquay Art8 in 2014.