I use both autobiographical narrative and anthropological observation to describe both my own and other people's experiences with intimacy, escapism, loneliness and addiction. These often reflect wider issues that are prevalent in our capitalist culture, due to social isolation.
Originally self taught, I began using photography within the constraints of art whilst still a teenager. After coming out of heroin addiction at 24 years old, I studied photography at City of Bristol College - then later at London College of Communication, before moving back to Bristol where I live today. I am currently undertaking a Masters in Documentary Photography at University of South Wales.
My work has been shown in various independent venues and has been featured in publications including The i, Arts Narratives and Edge of Humanity magazine.