I’m a London-based photographer with a degree in Philosophy from King’s College London.

I’m broadly interested in images about city life. I’m inspired by a mixture of studio and documentary photography: Irving Penn’s ‘Small Trades’ series and still-life images of detritus inspire me as much as Michael Wolf and Bruce Davidson’s subway photographs.

I’ve recently finished a portrait project, Londoners, a prize-winning image from which is currently on show at the National Portrait Gallery as part of the 2018 Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize.

I’m currently working on a set of still-life pictures inspired by classic memento mori images, alongside an ongoing project, Reflections.

Prints are available on request. I also do commissions.