Classical Beats on Brixton Streets
Bringing a rich classical & contemporary repertoire to the heart of Brixton; dynamic environmental portraits of the diverse, characterful young players of the Brixton Chamber Orchestra in and around the streets of this bustling area of London.
Creatives // Creation
An artist, an object that speaks to their work, a photographer. 30 minutes, 1 portrait. A colourful, playful project exploring the spaces between creator & creation.
In a Green Shade: The English & Nature
An ongoing environmental portrait project, taking an affectionate look at the English & Nature, exploring & celebrating our diverse connections to this green & pleasant land.
The Midnight Hour
Creating location-like shots taken in the studio. Portraits filled with intensity, uncertainty and regret.
Free Flow ‘Fro
Portraits celebrating afro-textured hair in all its nuanced variety, capturing a diverse British community of Black and Mixed Race subjects from all professions and walks of life in the UK with aspirational colour and energy.
These Four Walls
As the UK went into Corona lockdown in March 2020, all shoots were cancelled, and the borders of life shrank to a few rooms and a daily walk. I did something unusual for me, and made home my subject.
Recreating & reimagining classic acting Attitudes in an award-winning dramatic portrait project drawing on my previous career for the benefit of charity ‘Acting for Others.’
Cold Water Swimmers of Brockwell Lido
A project embracing my love of outdoor swimming: dipping a toe in the freezing waters of Brockwell Lido with a series of environmental portraits of the cold water swimmers of this South London Institution.
A series of environmental portraits documenting the working lives of everyday people in India, shot at a variety of locations in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, Kolkata and Darjeeling/Himalayas.
A series of environmental working portraits featuring artists based at Make Space Studios, London – from puppet makers to screen printers, sculptors to painter – I dropped by to explore their working worlds.
The River Told Me
A New Zealand landscape shaped by water – a story written on the face of the land by the flow of water from glacier top to river mouth.