My practice is based on a long term interest in environmentalism. I aim to address the urgency of the climate crisis and also examine the complexity and paucity of the responses to this existential threat to humanity. My work is informed by contemporary scientific and sociological research into both the physical nature of climate change and its impact on human actors. My concerns are; the relationship with science, progressive and conservative politics, social justice, environmental degradation and the role of culture.

The work is contemporary and digital in nature, bringing together digital imaging and web technologies to maximise my storytelling possibilities.

MA Photography from Falmouth University

Associate of the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS)


August 2021 – Source – Graduate Photography Online 2021

August 2021 – Retake The World

July 2021 – Photographic Museum of Humanity online

June 2021 – Earth Photo 2021, Royal Geographical Society, Kensington, London
(shortlisted in the Climate of Change category)

October 2020 – Photo Fringe 2020, online

September 2020 – contributed to Drilling Through the Anthropocene curated by Alice Owen

August 2019 – Landings 2019, single-artist show at Martells, East Grinstead



Evening Argus


The National

Evening Standard

The Independent

Irish Examiner

Northern Echo

Oxford Mail


Surrey Mirror print edition and online