I am a photographic artist based in the North East of England.  My recent work explores fertility treatment using a mix of portraiture, documentary and conceptual photography.  SEED has been presented at Fertility 2017, the fertility industry’s annual conference, Fertility Fest 2017 & 2018 and The Great Exhibition of the North in 2019.  I was selected for the NEPN DEVELOP Award in 2016 and received the Royal Photographic Society Peter Hansell Scholarship in 2017. 

I have an MA in Photography, with distinction, from the University of Sunderland. My MA project Known/Unknown was exhibited in a solo exhibition at Aberdeen Art Gallery in 2010, which ledto being selected as an Emerging British Photographer by the Canadian Publisher Magenta in 2011.


In addition to my own photographic practice, I develop and deliver participatory photography projects, where participants are at the centre of the creative process. I help organisations to use photography as a tool for research, advocacy and learning. Participatory Photography empowers participants to act as advocates for their communities. This can have a positive and far-reaching impact. I have worked with community groups, refugee & asylum seekers and young people.  


Observe, Experiment, Archive, Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens. 2019- 20

Great Exhibition of the North - Inspired by 
Times Square, Centre for Life, Newcastle upon Tyne. 2018.

Fertility Conference 2017, Edinburgh International Conference Centre. 2017.

Flash Forward Group Show, Flash Forward Festival, Boston, USA. 2012.

Flash Forward Emerging Photographers, The Magenta Foundation, Toronto, Canada. 2011.

Known/Unknown Aberdeen Art Gallery. July – December 2010

Works of Revelation, Vardy Gallery, Sunderland. October 2010

Renaissance Photography Prize, Mall Galleries, London. 2010