I am a Photographer, Editor/Retoucher, Videographer, and Visual Artist based in London, currently working as a full time Retoucher at Made.com, as well as freelance.
My greatest passions are analogue photography, creating photographic books and curating exhibitions. I have worked with a number of 35mm, Medium Format, Large Format, Instant Cameras. I have self published two photo books, producing a limited run of my projects 'Miao Silver' and 'We Are Connected Through Disconnect'. Over the last year of University I immersed myself in creating several exhibitions and found a real passion for curating. I was head of the committee for my final degree show and received a great deal of positive feedback from the impact the show had in Lincoln, from students, staff, and the locals as well.
I am passionate about visually communicating ideas and messages, whilst working hard to create high quality imagery. There are many genre's of both still and moving image that I am interested in, and I am always open to working with others on inspiring and interesting projects. Feel free to contact me about any details with projects or collaborations.
Assistant Photographer (AOP - The Association of Photographers) 
Phase One Certified Professional (Completed 18th March 2018)
University of Lincoln | BA (Hons) Contemporary Lens Media | First Class Honours
College of West Anglia | BTEC Extended Diploma in Creative Media Productions | Distinction/Merit/Merit
Springboard TV Best ND Film and Best Non-Fiction Film (2011/2012)
Association of Photographers Student Awards Finalists (2017)
Lincoln School of Film and Media - Student of the Year (all programmes) (2017)
Photo Block 2017 - AOP Student Awards 2017 - The Old Truman Brewery (13th-16th October 2017)
Swehttbox 001 (22nd July 2017)
AOP Student Awards - Downstairs in Mother (4th - 7th July 2017)
MMXIV - MMXVII (26th May - 9th June 2017)
Gallery at St. Martins (21st - 25th February 2017)
Contemporary Lens Media Mid-Year Show (9th - 17th February 2017)
Notts Zine Fest @ Rough Trade Nottingham (15th October 2016)
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