What am I working on now?
I have two photographs from my Tokyo series in the inaugural Elephant West Summer Exhibition. The show runs from 17 July - 4 August 2019, after the opening party on 16 July
I am planning my next major photography project — a coast-to-coast walk across Sicily in Autumn 2019. I want to document the change in the people and culture as I move from the more African and Arabic influenced South West, towards the more Greek, Roman and European influenced North East. It’s also an excellent excuse to practice my Italian and eat mountains of pasta.
I am editing the images from my trip to Japan in November 2018 to form a body of work and a small book. At this stage, it looks like the images will split into separate series — Tokyo at night, Kyoto, Naoshima and the countryside.
I am looking to shoot and edit more entries for my In Process series to release on a monthly or bi-monthly basis. I would like to expand the series beyond artists to include makers, dancers, and musicians. I want to look at the creative process across disciplines to see what similarities and differences in approach emerge.
I am continuing to shoot the people and places that I encounter on the streets of London. I want to collect these intuitive and unplanned images into a series about my favourite city.
I recently shot a mini-doc following Emmely Elgersma as she mounted a challenge to the Guinness World Record for the largest paper mâché sculpture. I aim to edit and release it by the end of summer 2019.
I am writing a narrative short film script that I plan to finish by the end of summer 2019 and shoot before the end of the year.
I am practicing my Italian in preparation for the Sicily walk.
I am working to nail a good form handstand, cartwheel and various other party tricks beloved by precocious 9-year-olds everywhere.
I am training 3-4 days a week to enter my first Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competition
I'm reading, reading, reading
Last updated July 2019