RECENT WORK — Hunt & Darton

Publicity photos I did for Hunt & Darton’s Hunt & Darton Cafe. .   Advertisements

RECENT WORK — CAROLINE SMITH

I shot some portraits of Caroline Smith on location as “Rita Grebe” for her Birdwatchers’ Wives project. We did these portraits just before her performance at Metal in Southend-on-Sea. Costume by David Curtis-Ring.

RECENT WORK — Pecadillo Pictures LLGFF 2013 Party

I photographed Pecadillo Pictures‘ annual party at the London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival. During the party, I decided to do an impromptu set of portraits asking some of the party goers to… Continue reading

RECENT WORK — CAROLINE SMITH

Publicity images of Caroline Smith as Rita Grebe for her Birdwatchers Wives project. Costume by David Curtis-Ring.

RECENT WORK — ARTIST, AMBER HAWK SWANSON

I did a series of portraits for artist Amber Hawk Swanson in late September. We did this one outside the Royal Festival Hall in London.

RECENT WORK — ARTIST, GOSHKA MACUGA

Incidental to the shoot I did for Outset (previous post), I also did a quick portrait of the artist, Goshka Macuga in her Rochelle School Studio in London.  

RECENT WORK — FASHION DESIGNER, DURO OLOWU

I was commissioned by Adam Knights at Outset Contemporary Art Fund to photograph fashion designer, Duro Olowu. Outset teamed up with Duro, Frieze Art Fair and the Tate to create an umbrella. I… Continue reading

RECENT WORK — CRISTINE LEONE / VIVA! TAPAS BAR

I did a few portraits of Cristine Leone (and Volkan Yildirim) for a story in British Vogue online about Cris and  Viva! Tapas Bar.

WE BELONG

I was one of eight artists asked to give short artist talks at the Axe Grinding Workshop which was part of the Civil Partnerships? Queer and Feminist Curating Symposium hosted by the Feminist Art Gallery at the Tate Modern in… Continue reading

RECENT WORK – Time to Connect (Film Stills/Portraits)

I worked on a short documentary with my friend, director Cat McShane. I did stills photography as well as provide production and art direction support. The film was for the British charity, the Prison… Continue reading