who?

b. 1991, St. Austell, Cornwall, U.K. Based in Brighton & Hove, East Sussex.

I am a visual artist and researcher whose work broadly covers issues about landscape, identity, space and place. With a background in lens-based media and creative writing practices, my work often implements the use of psychogeography as a method to examine the geographical environment, whether urban or rural, and the effect it has on the lived experience and emotion of individuals and communities. Often this is constructed through research that intends to root contemporary experience within a historical awareness, and seeks to re-assert the landscape as a living, reactive agent, in addition to its cultural, social and political associations.

I am currently undergoing a practice-led PhD in photography at the University of Brighton. My project works to examine, through both theories of space / place and landscape, and psychogeographic walking, how ancient oak trees function, and are experienced, as a form of heritage.



education

BA in Photography and Video, De Montfort University, Leicester, 2010-13,

MA in Art History and Museum Curating with Photography, University of Sussex, Brighton, 2014-15,

PhD in Arts, Media and Photographic Practice, University of Brighton, 2018-Present


press & publication

2019 Online and in-print publication of Homeland, a zine curated by Revolv Collective, featuring work from project 'Common Ground', Take Courage, London

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2018 Web feature and online (and in-print) publication of 'The Waves of an Afternoon' project, Untitled Collective Annual Issue

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2017 Photograph 'Out to Ftena' winner of the 'smartshots' submission category for the Black+White Photography competition,

2017 Web feature and online publication of 'At Land and Sea' and other selected work as part of l'Artiste de la Semaine / Artist of the Week, Le Presse Cervelle, available in French & English,

2017 Web feature and online publication of selected work from Greece & the Island of Anafi, Untitled Collective Issue #4, 

2017 Photograph 'Out to Ftena' chosen to advertise launch of 1845.media - publishing house of The British Journal of Photography, 

2017 Interview & web feature of selected work from Greece and Sussex, Photograd,

2017 Photograph 'Out to Ftena' winner of the 'Smartphone' submission category for the Black and White Magazine competition

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2014 Short story, 'A Shadow to Cast Light' as part of Extending ley lines, a collaborative series of writings curated by artist Will Jennings

2014 Selected photographs, Style Birmingham,

2014 Online portfolio showcase of 'The Waves of An Afternoon', Bleak Bleak Bleak Magazine

exhibition 

current/future

2019 Homeland, a group exhibition and zine curated by Revolv Collective, featuring work from project 'Common Ground', Take Courage, London

past

2019 Faking it Conference, a group exhibition featuring work from 'The Dawn and the Downs' and 'Glitch[ed]' (collaboration with Bethan Clarke), to take place alongside academic conference, University of Sussex, Brighton,

2019 Fake | Make, a group exhibition curated by New Grounds, in partnership with the Artists Open House Festival, featuring work from 'The Dawn and the Downs' and 'Glitch[ed]' (collaboration with Bethan Clarke), The Old Market, Brighton,

2019 Aesthetic Initialisms, a group exhibition featuring work-in-progress from 'Glitch[ed]', collaboration with Bethan Clarke, ONCA Gallery & the University of Sussex, Brighton,

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2018 Brighton Photo Fringe '18, group exhibition as part of Ontic Collective, selected images from 'The Dawn and The Downs', Phoenix Gallery, Brighton,               

2018 One Year Revolv, a group exhibition organised by RevolvCollective, including the image 'Out to Ftena', Safehouse 1, London, 

2018 scapes, a group exhibition organised by trace, including images from the exhibition 'At Land and Sea', The Marlborough, Brighton, 

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2017 At Land and Sea: An Audiovisual Study of Sussex, Nick Ford Photography Gallery, collaborative exhibition with sound artist Joe Davin, Brighton, 

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2016 Brighton Photo Fringe '16, group exhibition featuring selected images from a study on waves, Brighton,

2016 Selected images from 'The Waves of An Afternoon' & 'Kings Caple' projects exhibited at Redwood Café, Brighton,

2016 Screen Social Presents: 'MOVE', screening of 'Dance to Gnossienne #1'hosted by The Book Club, London, 

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2015 Diálogos na Contemporaneidade: Tecnociência, Humanismo e Sociedade / Contemporary Dialogues: Technoscience, Humanism and Society at Univates, screening of 'Experiment No. #1', Brazil, 

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2014 Lets Dance International Festival, screening of 'Panacea's Score', Phoenix Leicester, Leicester,

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