Monday, 24 November 2014

Recent portrait: Professor Marzia Malcangio

I was recently commissioned by King's College to photograph Professor Marzia Malcangio. This was shot at her London office as part of KCL's Inspiring Women series.

Monday, 18 August 2014


Ahead of my return to Berlin this September I wanted to post a behind the scenes/comparison photograph from Subterraneans: a series of photographs I've been working on that relate to Berlin's legacy of Second World War-era unexploded ordnance. I have been photographing trees growing on or near the city's former bombsites because their shapes suggest not only past explosions but – due to time-delay fuses – explosions potentially yet to happen. The above photograph is the result of over one hundred exposures, taken over the course of a day and layered in-camera onto single negative. The top photograph I took with my iPhone in order to geotag the location.

Thursday, 7 August 2014


Spectra - Ryoji Ikeda's installation commemorating the centenary of Britain's involvement in The First World War - photographed last night from Lambeth Bridge.

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Gaza Protest

A short edit from the Gaza protest that I photographed in London last Saturday.

Friday, 6 June 2014

Portrait: Valeria Cherchi

An outtake from back in March when I photographed Valeria Cherchi for The Swap. The location was a Second World War-era acoustic mirror atop a blustery cliff near Folkestone.

Thursday, 8 May 2014

Recent portrait: Ben Stonard Fine Furniture

A portrait from back in March when I had the pleasure of photographing Ben Stonard of Ben Stonard Fine Furniture at his Surrey workshop. The sun was out so this was lit with just a skylight.

Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Recent portrait: Frances Fitzgerald

A portrait of Frances Fitzgerald, Ireland's Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, taken during the recent State Visit by Irish President Michael D. Higgins.

Josef Chladek's virtual bookshelf: 間 Aida

I was very happy to see 間 Aida featured on Josef Chladek's virtual bookshelf this morning.