Corporate Assignment for ICAEW

UK’s largest accounting body, the ICAEW, asked me to make portraits of 30+ ICAEW members and to document a large diversity and inclusion workshop at Bishopsgate Insitute, London. The images were used across their website and a on a D&I social media campaign.  My assistant and I found a spot out of the way to set up for the portraits and the reportage photography of the workshop I used a silent camera as there was also a full film production company working alongside. 


A Winter’s Swim @ The Seafront Gallery

I’m really happy to announce my pandemic story,  A Winters Swim,  are in a solo exhibition at The Seafront Gallery,  Worthing and has now officially launched!  Kindly sponsored by MPB, the worlds largest online retailer of used photography gear, it comprises of 19 photographic prints across 5 plinths which stand on the beach adjacent to Worthing’s promenade.  To celebrate the launch, subjects from the portraits were invited for a swim at high tide besides the gallery, along with mental health charity, West Sussex Mind to promote the benefits of getting out into the water,  in what has been a very challenging year for many.  It will be in place for 6 months (Till November 2021)  Thank you to Worthing Borough Council, MPB and all the lovely brave swimmers! 



Guardian Weekend Magazine Feature

I was very happy to see my 2020/21 project of members of the public enjoying their once-a-day right of excercise in the South Downs National Park during these rolling national  lockdowns featured over five pages in the Guardian Weekend Magazine. It paired with a great essay by Canadian writer, Monica Heisey about the obsession of walking in Britain.  Massive thanks to Kate Edwards at the Guardian for running it!