about

I apply these principals of image making whether working with editorial or commercial clients or when pursuing personal projects and I am available for commission to help tell the stories you need to tell.


Exhibitions


Jan 2020 - Sunderland University - Agri[Culture];

Oct 2019 - Weardale Wordfest - Agri[Culture],

Sept 2019 - Allenheads Contemporary Arts - Agri[Culture],

May 2019 - University of Wyoming - Agri[Culture],

April 2019 - Western Wyoming Community College - Agri[Culture],

May 2017 - Saltaire Arts - Open Houses,

April 2017 - Thought Foundation, Gateshead - Thoughtful Planet,

March 2017 - 35 Chapel Walk, Sheffield - In Plain Sight,

November 2016 – Penso Giovane, Chiari, Italy – All in One,

July 2016 – Morphett’s, Harrogate - Platform Open Arts,

June 2016 – Vallum Gallery, Carlisle – Looking Out,

March 2016 - Peoples History Museum - All Work and No Play,

March 2016 - Carlisle Photo  - Visualising the Animal,

March 2016 - Preistman Gallery - World of Portrait,

March 2016 - Rural Arts - Fresh,

June 2015 - Cumbria Photo Fringe 12 month touring exhibition,

Oct 2015 - Solo Independent, Farewell to the Monty,

Oct 2015 - Allenheads Contemporary Arts, Farewell to the Monty.




Artists Talks 


  • Sunderland University, 2020
  • Hexham and District Photographic Society, 2019
  • Hexham and District Photographic Society, 2017
  • Redeye Network Hothouse 15, Carlisle, 2015
  • The Bigger Picture, Sunderland University, 2015




Self-published Books


  • Agri[culture] - 2020
  • Farewell to the Monty - 2015


My Story



I am a documentary photographer and fil(u)maker based in Northeast England. I am currently focusing my lens on early childhood, rural hinterlands and the culture of upland agriculture. I see photography both moving and still as an inherently powerful tool in the weaving of narrative and I try adopting these inherent strengths, together with a meaningful depth of research of my subjects, in to the stories I communicate. I am the newest member of the photography collective Wideyed. 




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