Born in England, 1992.
Sheffield Hallam University 2015 graduate, BA Hons in Photography.
My work explores a few aspects of photography including, documentary (travel and street), reportage (portraits) and landscape (New Topographics). Conceptually, I continue to maintain a deep interest in Henri-Cartier Bresson's decisive moment.
Homelessness is an ongoing aspect throughout my professional practice.
My interest in documenting lives affected by homelessness started in 2010 for my College degree show. A few years later I rekindled the project as my University degree show, accepting that my first project barely scratched the surface.
After volunteering at a youth hostel whose work aims at preventing homelessness of 16-24 year-olds (Sheffield, UK), I became much more personally involved. I pursued a more journalistic approach to my work by getting to know the people I was working with ie taking photographs of. Here, I discovered my passion of reportage in documentary photography, henceforth starting an ongoing life series to report, via documenting and communicating on the social issues of homelessness.
My intention of this work is to help bring such issues to the public eye.
- Breaking news
Exhibitions are a way for me to broadcast my work publicly. This is a documentary series where I volunteered at a homeless youth hostel, conceptually exploring Henri-Cartier Bresson's decisive moment in Cinematography.