I’m a British visual artist, born in Norfolk in 1997 but for the past six years I have lived in London. First studying a BA at the University of Westminster, before pursuing the two-year MA in Photography at the Royal College of Art. My artistic practice revolves around photography. I am fascinated by the intricate complexities of individuals and society as a whole, and I try to capture these nuances in my work. A key part of my practice is removing individuals from directly occupying the frame, allowing the viewer to focus on the broader context and themes present, rather than coming to conclusions about who they are just from what they look like.
Throughout my time at the RCA I have produced a wide assortment of projects as well as planned projects that will continue to develop after I leave the institution. I have selected three projects to show on this website that I have made at the RCA thus far. I have focused on both the nature around Battersea, the studios inside the building of the RCA, and also the interactions between my peers in the photography programme (and my peers' from previous institutions). The cover image for my page is taken from my most recent project, looking at the foliage growing in Battersea.