Lost explores our relationship to the environment looking particularly at how i-generation children are losing their connection with nature. It comprises large format, paper-negative, contact prints of apocolyptic landscapes where I grew up, juxtaposed with portraits of my children - who are growing up in the same rural environment but in a very different cultural landscape.
It is a social document in a time when i-generation children are feared to be suffering from ‘nature deficit disorder’, and a personal one about my children’s lived experience and how it compares to my own.
the outsiders (ongoing)
Trading Places started life as a collaborative project between myself and a Chinese photographer looking at local tradespeople in our home towns.
independent garage manager, 2017
shop assistant, 2017
dry cleaners, 2017
veterinary nurse, 2017
lishui street portraits
Market gardener, 2017
people's Vote March October 2018
Young voters led the People's Vote march through London to Parliament Square on 20 October 2018. Seeking a referendum on the final Brexit deal, there were around 700,000 protestors, making this rally the second largest demonstration in the UK this century.