The work I have chosen to show here explores what photography is, and can do.
It is my attempt to understand photography by using photography.
I am interested in the photograph as an object.
I am interested in photography as a documenting process.
I am interested in process.
I use both digital and analogue media.
I do not think that digital media is a more or less authentic process, it has its uses stating the existence of things in time and space.
I am currently working on ideas of photographic ownership, the index, the symbol, and photography's ability to convey memory and emotion.

London, United Kingdom.

London College of Communication - Photography M.A.
London College of Printing - Photography B.A.
Bournville College of Art - National Diploma in Design (Photography).

Ed. Jefferson Hack, Jo-Ann Furniss, Ingrid Sischy (2011). Making it Up as We Go Along. London. Rizzoli.
Suzanne Lee (2007). Fashioning the Future. London. Thames and Hudson.
Caroline Evans (2003). Fashion at the Edge. London. Yale University Press.
Andrew Bolton (2003). Men in Skirts. London. V&A Publications.
Ninette Murk (2002). Vision Fragments. Antwerp. Stockmans.
Susannah Frankel (2001). Visionaries: Interviews with Fashion Designers. London. V&A Publications.
Ed. Mark Sanders, Phil Poynter, Robin Derrick (2000).The Impossible Image.(Fashion Photography in the Digital Age). London. Phaidon.
Ed. Keiko Murayama (2000). Masterminds of Mode. International Fashion Festival Japan. Tokyo. Hiro Ikeda.
Ed. Mark Sanders, Phil Poynter, David James (1999). Dazed/Confused. London. Booth-Clibborn Editions.

2011 – Making It Up as We Go Along – Somerset House. London.
2010 – MA Show – The Well Gallery – London College of Communication. London.
2003 – Men in Skirts – Victoria and Albert Museum. London.
2001 – Dazed Annual – Dazed and Confused Gallery. London.
2000 – Masterminds of Mode – International Fashion Festival in Japan. Tokyo.



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