I was born in Bermuda and currently live between Paris and Lisbon. Self-taught, I became interested in photography in 2013 after borrowing a camera, and started taking pictures anything that caught my eye. I was drawn to the difficulties that the people I saw faced, realising that I could tell stories that might help those without a voice. Through images and words, I want to raise awareness of societal issues – and perhaps challenge ideas around them.
My first project, We’re All Bastards, examines war, memories and forgiveness during a trip to Bosnia & Herzegovinia in late 2013. I then spent the first five months of 2016 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and in The Train People of Sihanoukville I focus on the how the development of its railways impacted trackside communities.
My current project, Focal Distancing, looks at how the first confinement period of the coronavirus pandemic in France affected the lives and character of my neighbourhood in Paris, La Chapelle.