I am a freelance photographer and Digital Producer, based in Bristol.
Storytelling is at the heart of everything I do and my photographs are a way to share experiences, presenting a snapshot of an emotion, situation or a moment. These photos are often used to present a complimentary version of human-centric artistic projects and stories, such as live performance or video.
In the past I’ve produced, edited and created content across a variety of media including podcasts, blogs, promotional videos and short films and I’ve been taking photos for theatre and the performing arts for the last 10 years. Experienced in both freelance commissions and being embedded within in-house content teams, I love collaborating with other creatives.
I studied at Goldsmiths in Digital Journalism, hence the sporadic bits of writing here and there, and have worked in house at arts organisations and charities, as well as at agencies over the last ten years, alongside
My photos have featured in The Observer, New York Times Online, Huck, Vice UK, Vanity Fair Online, The Evening Standard, Time Out and The Stage, amongst others.
- The People in My Head / Podcast Recommendations 2021 /I’ve listened to podcasts for nearly 10% of the last 2.5 years. Whilst I clearly have a problem, I also have a great list of recommendations.
- Timelapse Videos /A look at some of my best timelapse videos since the dawn of tinkering with Windows Movie Maker, RIP.
- Central America with the Pixel 3 /In February 2019 I set out on a trip through Colombia, Panama and Costa Rica armed with a Pixel 3 and a Go Pro Hero 6. Here we go through the results