After studying photography at Bournemouth Art School, I worked as an editorial photographer, specialising in music and youth sub-cultures.
In 2009, I relocated to Saigon, Vietnam. I fell in love with the Vietnamese culture and people.
I experienced a communist country, embracing capitalism and undergoing rapid economic and cultural development. This provided the backdrop to a series of long-term photographic projects; ‘Bloody Chunks’, ‘Monobloc’ and ‘Untitled’ - which make up ‘The Vietnam Collection’.
In 2014 and 2016, I won the New York PDN Award for my work entitled ‘Bloody Chunks’ (Vietnam) and ‘Wizkid Fans’ (Togo). ‘Bloody Chunks’ has been exhibited in Saigon and London.