Studying Photography at Cambridge School of Art (ARU) amplified my resolve in using the medium as a means to express my identity, with specific broaching how abstract analogue photography could represent transgender identities.
During my time at CSA I was an Undergraduate Research Assistant, a role which I kept for two years.
Following my BA I worked on the design team at Studio Saol back at home in Ireland for a year.
Through my time at the RCA I have developed my practice in ways that mirror how I myself have also developed, thematically moving more to the personal. Using photography as a means for expressing my journey as a transgender person has been a therapeutic experience this year and has allowed me to re-evaluate my own relationship with photography as a means of self documentation and reconciliation.