I grew up in the North-East of England on the border of County Durham and North Yorkshire, and was drawn from an early age towards the dark and powerful landscapes of the Pennines and the North Sea coast, experiences which have informed my creative practice and love of wild places and the metaphors distilled within them. I went on to read music at Oxford University, and now live in London.
I am particularly drawn to water and to the endless variation in colour and texture offered by the sea and its accompanying skies. I regularly spend time on the coast of the Gironde in France and am often in Whitstable, places which regularly find their way into my photographs.
I work predominantly in 35mm film.