• “To lose yourself: a voluptuous surrender, lost in your arms, lost to the world, utterly immersed in what is present so that its surroundings fade away. In Benjamin’s terms, to be lost is to be fully present, and to be fully present is to be capable of being in uncertainty and mystery.”
    Rebecca Solnit, A Field Guide to getting Lost.

Collaborations:

‘Twice Removed’

Mad Lab Manchester August 2011

https://vimeo.com/27778600

also at

‘Factory’ Format 2013

‘Look/13’ Liverpool

‘Look/14’ Liverpool

‘Les Rencontres d'Arles expositions’ 2013

Exhibitions

‘This Is Manchester 2013’

showing ‘Conurbation’

At Twenty Twenty Two, Manchester

July 2013

http://www.twentytwentytwo.co.uk


Etalarge I  

showing  ‘Conurbation’

April 2014

Etalarge II

November 2014   

showing  ‘#Blockface’

Etalarge III  

showing  ‘Belonging’

May 2015

Curated by Liz Ball of IRIS

http://www.irisartisticplatform.com

At

http://www.awol-studios.co.uk


‘The Staff Room’ at The Didsbury Parsonage Trust.

A collaboration of staff personal work from Creative Arts from Trafford College.

http://www.didsburyparsonagetrust.org.uk

Showing ‘Origin’  & ‘Conurbation’

2019 Voies Off Festival, Arles.

29th July - 4 August 2019

Galerie des Arenes, Arles.

Since 1996, right in the midst of the Rencontres d'Arles festival, every first full week in July, Voies Off Festival offers an alternative program (exhibitions, projections, portfolio reviews, professional panel discussions) to a new generation of artists and photographers. Since its inception Voies Off has made a commitment to help young creators. The actions and goals of its program are designed to help and sponsor young fine-art photographers, to display and promote their works with the highest quality, and in the best manner possible.


WORKSHOPS

Creative Partnerships  2008 - 2014

http://www.creative-partnerships.com

Delivering workshops as well as documenting (using photography) workshops delivered by others, each commission varied from the last, sometimes to achieve a specific outcome, sometimes simply to deliver a process. Working with both children and young adults, including those with special needs.

Using Format