Portfolio

 

 

Above I have compiled a small breadth of my work which samples some favorite pieces. A brief artist’s statement is available at the bottom of this page. With any questions or enquiries, or to see more, please feel free to reach out via the contact form. I am available for assignment and am based in West London (SW7). Thank you for stopping by!

Since graduating in 2015 with my B.A. in Studio Art, I have poured my devotion to the visual arts wholly into photography, though I practiced photography for many years prior. I believe its ability to complement written accounts in stirring, powerful ways which challenge conventional methods of conveying journalistic or creative narrative is of critical value to a world which depends so concretely on clear, informed, and empathetic visibility — as such, my chief interest lies with photoessay of all varieties. I pay particular attention to compositions which capture the relationship between built environments and the natural world, photographing urban landscapes, working in macro, shooting political events and rallies, and more. I work in both color and black and white, and have travelled extensively in an effort to learn of and photograph ever more of our world.

I have curated several rotating special collections which showcase more specific uniting themes, available via the drop-down menu under this page, or by following the links below. For a list of published work, please see publications.

Macro (Flora) Photography, 

California,
Scotland,
Wildlife (Fauna) Photography,
Political Photojournalism,
Black and White

 

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