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The Milton Keynes Project

        The MAP6 photographic collective explore the complex relationship between people and place. Every year the group spends time together to photograph and present curated exhibitions and publications. MAP6 were drawn to Milton Keynes 50th birthday to celebrate its community, architecture and the realisation of the town planners dreams. The plan for […]

Street Style | Things & Ink | Penguin

I was commissioned by Things & Ink Magazine and Penguin to shoot street style portraits.   Alice Snape and I had a fun day in East London spotting tattooed subjects and photographing them in the surrounds.  The project is ongoing and we will be out again on the streets of Brighton on the 17th May […]

MAP 6 ; 6 Perspectives on Moscow.

The rise & fall of the kiosk economy  Russian kiosk culture arose after the end of communism in 1991, when entrepreneurs started to import goods such as cigarettes, chocolate and alcohol and, with no formal retail spaces, built kiosks along the streets. Today, these ubiquitous kiosks line the underground passages that transverse major streets or connect metro […]

London Festival of Photography | Contributor

I have been selected as one of the 6 finalist for the London Festival of Photography.  We have been working with Peter Dench to curate a show and I will be exhibiting work from my Art of Smoking series.  The exhibition opens on Thursday 14 June and runs for 2 weeks  at the Orange Dot […]

Street Photography | Dissertation

Legally, the position of photography in a public space is clear-cut: there are no legal restrictions on taking a photograph of strangers in a public space. However, negative moral beliefs about street photography are developing out of public fears relating to personal identity, misrepresentation, paedophilia and terrorism. The ethical issues associated with street photography primarily […]

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