If a picture speaks a thousand words be assured there’s an even more dazzling array of anecdotes from behind the lens. Over the last decade I’ve shopped in Costcutter with Noel Fielding and Serge Pizzorno dressed as wizards, I’ve been pulled across a room by the surprisingly firm handshake of the joyful Dalai Lama, photographed Sir Terry Pratchett shopping for hats, demonstrated some terrible Beyoncé dance class moves to Bill Nighy, been plied with so much wine by Caitlin Moran that I left my purse in the pub, and had a lengthy conversation about the merits of breaded chicken with Killers frontman Brandon Flowers. Oh and there’s the time I almost fell over a sofa greeting the Duke of Cambridge, trying to remember if it was the correct etiquette to curtsy or not.

I’ve traveled the world photographing celebrities in studios and fancy hotels, politicians in their constituencies, obscure rural food festivals, Polish burger restaurants, Berlin city vineyards, protesting fishermen in Chile, activists, pop stars and many other people with wonderful stories to tell.
My personal project ‘Fortyfied’ a series of interviews and portraits of people turning 40 in the same year as me, became a 2024 Guardian picture essay and another project, ‘Keeping the Faith’- a document of interviews and portraits about how London’s Christian chaplains supported their communities during the pandemic- was published on the BBC in 2021.

To say my job is a privilege is an understatement and I feel very fortunate to have met so many interesting characters doing something I love.

The Big Issue, The Guardian, The Times, The Observer, The Telegraph, BBC, RNID, Stylist, ES magazine, Bild Am Sonntag, Psychologies, Time Out, Tate Modern, Coast, EasyJet Traveller, The London Magazine, Think Publishing, Music Week, Focus Magazin, The New Princess Alexandra Hospital and many others.
Since 2024 my portrait of campaigner Kwajo Tweneboa has been accommodated within the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery.

2023- ‘Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize’ exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery with my portrait of campaigner Kwajo Tweneboa.
2023- ‘RBSA Photography Prize’ with ‘high commendation’ for my portrait of Lesia Vasylenko.
2019- ‘Portrait of Britain’ winner with my image of Tobi Keyeremateng shown on digital billboards.
2018- ‘209 Women’ group exhibition at Westminster showing portraits of all 209 sitting female MPs taken by 209 female photographers around the country.

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