Currently
I'm working on a portrait for Invisible Britain, a photobook about individuals across the UK who have been impacted by austerity, deindustrialisation and cuts to public services. An accompanying interview will highlight a changing society in which many feel misrepresented in the media and out of sync with the government and politicians.

Next
In June, I'm looking forward to photographing Carribbean nurses in light of 70 year anniversaries of both Windrush and the NHS.

Previously
The results of research undertaken and new work created on the theme of 'Asian Youth Culture' are currently being exhibited at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
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 October 2015 - July 2016: stills photographer, videographer and co-editor of  Love Doc  (2016):  Following the sold out world premiere at mac Birmingham and well attended subsequent screening's across the UK, director Remi McKenzie was invited to host screenings of  Love Doc  in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Soweto, South Africa.   More information/ social media campaign:  #LoveDoc2016

October 2015 - July 2016: stills photographer, videographer and co-editor of Love Doc (2016):

Following the sold out world premiere at mac Birmingham and well attended subsequent screening's across the UK, director Remi McKenzie was invited to host screenings of Love Doc in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Soweto, South Africa. 

More information/ social media campaign: #LoveDoc2016

 Addressing an audience of 200+ at the launch of  Diaspora Britain , Millennium Point, Birmingham, 2015.

Addressing an audience of 200+ at the launch of Diaspora Britain, Millennium Point, Birmingham, 2015.

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Diaspora Britain received an estimated footfall of 133,000 during October 2015. (4x4 meters, vinyl)

   Simmer Down, Handsworth Park, Birmingham, 2015

Simmer Down, Handsworth Park, Birmingham, 2015