My work is documentary in nature and explores several themes with and without concrete narratives. In 2016, I began turning my lens towards sociopolitical issues with increased frequency. I’m currently working on two long-term projects: one documenting activism in the UK (with a focus on issues pertaining to women, migrants, and people of colour), the other a more personal, ambiguous exploration of my surroundings with an approach rooted in street photography.
Photographs taken in the picturesque National Park in Wales.
An ongoing project, ‘Partitions’ is a result of my compulsion to document unstaged phenomena within the parameters of the photograph. What I seek to capture in each of these photographs individually and collectively is something of an indecisive moment — devoid of resolution, an infinitesimally small window into the world, rich in the tensions between truth and fiction, presumption and intention, the observer and the observed.
‘In Protest’, an ongoing personal project, examines the impacts of hard-right politics on women, migrants, people of colour, and other marginalised groups, via the documentation of protest and other forms of activism within the United Kingdom.