I live in Cornwall, UK, taking inspiration for my work from my coastal and rural surroundings.
I want my work to spark conversation about our diverse environments and our impact on them.
My work is predominantly created with alternative photographic processes, and I aim to use the least environmentally toxic photographic techniques to minimise my own photographic footprint.
Find out more about me, and my on-going series Harena Now, which relates to the global sand crisis, via my website.
I gained a distinction in my MA in Photography in September 2018 via Falmouth University, with other personal highlights including:
Selected for Shutter Hub OPEN 2018 at the Old Truman Brewery, London.
Nominated for the Royal Photographic Society’s Hundred Heroines project: http://www.rps100heroines.org/nominated-heroines/j/
Shortlisted for Pic.London
Exhibitions for Harena Now at Mount Pleasant Eco Park and The Fish Factory.
Shortlisted for the Eden Project/FoAM Residency: Invisible Worlds (2018).
Harena Now exhibition at Hayle Heritage Centre as part of Falmouth University’s Searching for Meaning work-in-progress show.
6000 FLOWERS – Farm for AONBees – Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the University of Exeter’s Environment and Sustainability Institute’s commissioned artist.
Garden Leave – visual artists’ residency at Hestercombe Gardens, Somerset, to help develop an arts centre.
14-18 NOW – short film about the artists participating in the Cornwall Crafts Association and National Trust’s WWI commemorative exhibition.
Phototasia – Crowdfunded and curated a one-day alternative photography festival as part of Newquay Art8.
Locations: South West