My work aims to understand the purpose, meaning and uses of photography in contemporary art.
What drives me is the question of whether reality can ever be present in a photograph.
I am interrogating the photograph as 'object' and 'message'.
Studio work assists understanding the implications of display, position and size - as well as the 'real unreality' of the photograph.
Currently undertaking a PhD at BSAD, Bath Spa University, I consider myself to be an artist using photography as a 'tool' - I am not a photographer. My work has been shown and is held in collections in the UK and Ireland as well as appearing in publications, public spaces and media.
In 2016, I was awarded the British Institution Student Prize for my work exhibited in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and was also awarded the Bath Spa Porthleven Prize Residency 2016.
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