In 2010, I caught the 'travel bug' and spent a year in Australia, little did I know that it would give me 'itchy feet' for the next 10 years (at least). Working, travelling and photographing anything and everything I could see enabled me to hone my skills prior to studying Photography and provided a solid foundation of knowledge. During my time at University, I travelled to New York, Iceland, Berlin and Barcelona continuing to be fascinated by the changes in culture and landscapes. The next 'big' trip was New Zealand in 2017 before Iceland and Africa in 2019.
As a family we have always spent holidays within the UK. Cornwall has become a firm favourite and I have always loved visiting the same places and seeing how light and time can change a landscape. Other locations include: Brecon Beacons, Wales; Tiree, Scotland.
A selection of images from personal projects over the years. Portraits, Still Life and Stately Home – Tyntesfield.
Finding Time to Stop and Stare – A series of walks in Bristol focusing on ideas of escapism, the tangible object and the serenity of being alone.
Dust of Ages – ‘These rooms are the soul of the house, the inner self and whilst they are discarded and cluttered, in need of repair they hold the secrets of the past to be captured by the present'.
Inside the GMC Group – A handbound publication reflecting a week's work experience at Black & White Photography Magazine.
THAW: a week away – inspired by a trip to Iceland in March 2014 I decided to create my own travel journal reflecting on the trip.