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.
Images from my body of work The Principle of the Familiar were recently exhibited with seleceted memebers of The Urban Photographers Association in their group show Urban Memories at the Lewisham Art House, part of Urban Photo Fest.
I was recently nominated at the festival artist for Urban Photo Fest I exhibited my work A Migrant's Tale at the MMX gallery during the festival.