Aside from my wedding photography in Devon, Cornwall and the South West, I have worked as a freelance photographer for many years.

My clients have included – Greenpeace, Glastonbury Festival, Friends of the Earth, WI and Actionaid. I have freelanced for numerous newspapers in the UK and my images have been published internationally and in most national titles. Most recently, I collaborated with vegan baker Sarah Raisebeck to produce a recipe book of her best sweet bakes. Alongside food photography, the photographs celebrate Sarah’s natural approach to living and document the landscape and community around her. You can buy a copy of the book on Sarah’s website here.

In 2021, I graduated with an MA in Documentary Photography & Photojournalism with Distinction from UAL. My major project, exploring the loss of wildflowers in the UK, has since received an honourable mention in the 17th Julia Margaret Awards, Fine Art series category.

As well as producing pictures, I founded a people’s history photo-archive in 2020, chronicling 50 years of stories from Glastonbury Festival. This was born from my strong personal relationship with this place. The snapshots and memories I gathered document the collective experience and personal histories woven into the fabric of Worthy Farm. In 2021 I collaborated with the V&A as a research partner for their Glasto@50 project. A selection of images and stories from the archive are now part of their permanent Glastonbury Collection. This year I held an exhibition of the project at Marston Park in Frome and Michael Eavis visited! You can see the full archive online at www.myglastonburystory.com


Other Portfolios

My work explores the relationship between people & place with themes of history, community and the environment. 

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