My work is documentary,portraiture and street photography, I would even dare to say journalistic. I do at time do other types.
Born in Belfast 1989 I Graduated from the Belfast School of Art in 2012. My work has granted certain opportunities over the past number of years to enable it and my own develop and gain new insights into documenting the human condition.
My artistic curiosity and passion has taken me across the World to Africa and Brazil and my main work has been looking at how sport helps to give street children strength to get off drugs and alcohol and challenges negative perceptions. I look at the portraits , as the same way I would look at a passport image and see how it gives an identity.
My photographic work, wherever I may be in the world, commercial or personal, has always been documentary and photojournalistic.
I like to view people in their natural state, I find this snapshot of a person's day to be documentary at its very core, and reflects my perception of what I understand documentary photography to be.
Often I spot a person on a bus, lost in thought, protesting for their rights, on their daily journey, completing mundane tasks or just taking a moment to think and look aimlessly and I cannot resist capturing the fleeting moment.
I like to develop and changes my work often as prints and other experimental as i am always learning, influenced from others and experimenting with new ideas or equipment.