My photographic practice revolves around themes of memory, time and place. Utilising photography’s innate ability to evoke a sense of nostalgia, my interest lies in exploring the dynamics and tensions between the past and the present. I work with a mixture of analogue and digital processes, incorporating physical objects such as old family photos or vintage postcards to create a composite world, a fusion of now and then. I prefer to work on a small scale, creating images which are both intimate and personal.
My interest in the past extends to the history of photography, in particular the earliest photographic practices such as salt printing and cyanotypes. I am currently experimenting with both these traditional processes in the fields of portraiture, landscape and botanical studies.
In 2010 I graduated with distinction on the MA Photography course at de Montfort University, Leicester, and after many years based in Oxfordshire and London, have recently relocated to the far west of Cornwall. I am represented in the UK by Troika Editions and my work has been regularly featured in exhibitions and publications in the UK. I am also a member of London Independent Photography and a contributing editor of their photography magazine fLIP
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