Based in London I spend my time photographing people... here, there, and everywhere.
A storyteller, I’m always looking for the beauty in imperfection, intrigued by the poetic character of people and by the small and seemingly unimportant things. I like to carry my camera with compassion and curiosity...
The BMA, UK Parliament, Bounce Alzheimer's Therapy, Somaliland Mission to the UK, Dartmouth Films, The Greenpower Trust, Norwegian People's Aid, PANTA magazine, PeTA, Campbell Rigg Design, Krome Design, &Consultancy, Lazy Chief, Draw Events, Independent Diplomat, Olive Branch Arts, British Medical Journal, Xantaro, BGS, Wildlife Works, Ravenous for Art, Surrey Arts Council.
Exhibitions & Awards:
April 2017 | Winner of Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2017, World Food Programme Food for Life category
February 2017 | PhotoVoice trained ambassador & participatory photography facilitator.
October 2016 | Olive Branch Arts Residency: Sahrawi Refugee Camps, Algeria.
November 2015 | ‘Africa’s Last Colony: 40 Years Not Forgotten’ Group Exhibition, Hundred Years Gallery, London.
October 2015 | Portrait Salon, Group Exhibition. London & Tokyo.
May 2015 | Solo Exhibition at Settled Wanderers Book Launch, Rich Mix. London.
March 2015 | Olive Branch Arts Residency, Sahrawi Refugee Camps, Algeria.
November 2014 | Portrait Salon, Group Exhibition. London.
October 2014 | 'Sahrawi Spirit: People, Poems and Proverbs of the Sahrawi’ book. Published by Olive Branch Arts and Alba Publishing, exhibited Camden Collective Gallery London.
December 2013 | Formally announced as Associate Artist at Olive Branch Arts.
November 2013 | Olive Branch Arts Residency: Sahrawi Refugee Camps, Algeria.
September 2013 | Life Framer Awards: Short-listed.
July 2013 | National Open Art Competition: Short-listed.
November 2012 | Solo exhibition, Robert Phillips Gallery, Surrey. UK.
October 2012 | Olive Branch Arts Residency, Sahrawi Refugee Camps, Algeria.
November 2011 | The Other Art Fair, Bargehouse, London.
July 2011 | Solo Exhibition, Nolia's Gallery. London.