I’m a photographer captivated by the human condition and complex emotions. My work focuses on themes of wellbeing and the processing of life’s experiences. The thread of intimacy and the desire to connect with both others and myself weaves its way throughout my practice.

I shoot commissions, deliver arts workshops, work as a consultant and teach photography. I’m also the Artistic Director of the Free Space Project, an arts & wellbeing charity providing arts activities and therapies to 27,000+ patients across two NHS sites in north London. Get in touch, let’s work together.

I run Fragmentary, a website devoted to the exploration of mental health within photography. As part of this I organise events and exhibitions exploring and encouraging the much needed debate on the benefits of arts for those with experience of mental difficulties.

I’m based in south London where I live with my sidekick cat, Salvador.

You can keep up to date with my projects by checking out my news, subscribing to the newsletter or keeping up to date with my visual scrapbook. View my CV.

Still want to know more? Watch this short film by WEX about how photography saved my life; read this article for the Wellcome Collection about my journey; hear me talk about photography on Ben Smith’s A Small Voice podcast.