• February and March in Photos

    Spring is here! Meaning better weather and more opportunities to get outside with the camera. Over the last couple of months I have been volunteering with FORMAT International Photography Festival online and making the most of my spare time by getting out in my local area. In the very near future, when restrictions allow, I will be going on a…

  • 2021 Goals and January in photos

    Whilst 2020 seemed like a wash-out, in reflection for photography and career development opportunities it was probably one of the best years I have had to date. If you have been following my blog or social media you will know I have been undertaking a Master’s throughout 2020 and into 2021. I have had the opportunity to learn more about…

  • 2020 Round-up

    This year has certainly been an interesting one. Although we have spent a good portion of the year in lockdowns and unable to do things as we usually would, we have learnt to adapt and make the most of what we have. Despite everything that has happened this year, my year of photography has been slightly different and put on…

  • Materiality Exposed

    I am really excited to share my new project with you! Over the last few months I have been working on developing my Master’s Major Research Project. For this I decided to go outside of my comfort zone and create an online exhibition of photography, which I have named Materiality Exposed. In my initial research I found interest in materiality…

  • Topophilia at Photo Fringe 2020

    I am super excited to present my solo exhibition Topophilia as part of Photo Fringe’s 2020 Festival: TAKE/MAKE. Photo Fringe is a Brighton based collaborative platform that offers development opportunities for lens-based artists. Every two years they hold a festival of photography. The 9th festival challenges the barriers Covid has presented us with by featuring both online and in-person exhibitions.…

  • Alternative Photographic Processes: Photogravure

    Earlier in the year, I took the opportunity to participate in a short course at West Dean College of Arts and Conservation. At that point I had been working at the College for almost 2 years and waiting for a short course that involved etching; having tried and loved it at university. To my benefit, Photogravure Intaglio Printing from Photographs…

  • Photography in Lockdown

    One of the biggest changes I have found from social distancing and going into lockdown has been my ability to photograph some of my favourite subjects including the city and architecture! During the last 6 weeks I have been using what I have around me – my house, garden and local area for inspiration. Of course, has been made easier…

  • Through the Lens: London

    Since I started my Master’s course in January I have spent a lot of time in London and making the most of it by taking my camera weekly. There is something different to see down every street of London and the more time I spend exploring – the more new things I discover! As part of my Through the Lens…

  • 2020

    2020 is going to be a year for exciting and new challenges! Including the fact I am now studying for a Master’s at University of Westminster in Museums, Galleries and Contemporary Culture. Meaning I am now going to be in and around London more – one of my favourite places for photography. I look forward to the year ahead where…

  • 2019 highlights

    This year has been a really strange one. Time has gone incredibly quickly and I feel like there is still so much more I could have achieved this year. But at the same time, I’ve done a lot, seen new places and made some big decisions. Intentional Camera Movement I hoped to be out a lot more taking photos however…

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