I'm pleased to announce my latest exhibition Marshlands, which we be shown at this years Urban Photo Festival. Marshlands is an outdoor walking exhibition on Deptford High Street. Visitors are invited to use maps available in local businesses & galleries to explore hidden pockets of London's Marshlands.
I recently hosted the second in the series of Migrant's Tale food events. Collaborating with Ania Weksler owner of Fingers Crossed Cafe and Migrant's Tale particpant. We hosted an intimate supper club for twenty guests at Fingers Crossed Cafe in Dalston. The menu was inspired by Ania's Polish - Australian heritage, with wines being provided by Otros Vinos
I am pleased to announce that A Migrant's Tale was selected by the jury for the New Citizens category at Organ Vida Festival in Zagreb, Croatia this year. The work will be screened at The Musem of Modern Art, Zagreb.
I was recently interviewed by the team over at Jungle Magazine about my body or work The Tides that Bind Us, made whilst on residency in Tallinn Estonia. You can read the interview and see more of the image here.
A recent collaboration with food stylist Johan van der Merwe exploring seasonal foraging in the Ballinskelligs along The Ring of Kerry and The wild Atlantic Way, Ireland. Click here to see some of the work
A Migrant's Tale will be exhibited at SHED london this month 1st June - 1st July where you can read all the Migrant's Tales
I recently collaborated with set designer Saskia Wickins on a project exploring the waste at Londons diverse food markets and the totems they create at the end of the day.
I was recently interviewed about my body of work A Migrant's Tale for Photoworld China, now available in store.
I recently had the pleasure of shooting Stuart Craig in his studio for the Telegraph magazine.
Discussing my work and the importance of Urban Photo Fest
A Migrant's Tale was recently featured in the December issue of The British Journal of Photography, a whole issue dedicated to food.
I recently hosted the first Migrant's Tale Conversation Lunch at the MMX Gallery. Veronica Dick from Ireland cooked for us while eight guests were invited to dine and discuss the contemporary representation of home in light of the current refugee crisis. The short film of the meal will be available in the New Year.
Work from my recently residency in Tallinn was exhibited alongside that of founders of Ubiquity and other artist from the residency. The work was on show at the APT gallery in their Memory and Movement Exhibition during Urban Photo Fest, during the festival I took part in an artists talk about my time on the residency.