I am a writer, editor and documentary photographer from the UK, available for commissions worldwide.
Graduating with a degree in English Literature, I spent time between Laos and Shanghai working mainly as a freelance writer.
In 2017, I completed a Masters in Photojournalism & Documentary at the London College of Communication and since then, I have been working on projects that aim to directly challenge people’s ideas and expectations about particular subjects. My interests cover a range of issues from humanitarian to environmental.
I write regularly about photography for Huck Magazine, and have written in the past for Feature Shoot, LensCulture and The British Journal of Photography. I also contributed to the book 1001 Photographs to See Before You Die (2017), which catalogs some of the most iconic images in history, and am currently co-editing text for Chris Steele-Perkins’ upcoming book The New Londoners.
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