British Portraits - Colwyn Bay

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British Portraits - Oriel Colwyn, Colwyn Bay : Sept - Oct 2016

Portraits from across the Britain from my first book Crossing Paths. 

Here and Now - London

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Here And Now, Museum of London, London : May - Oct 2017

Portraits from across London were exhibited in the Rotunda space at the Museum from May till Oct 2017. The 43 images, print large-scale were part of the City Now, City Future series. 

Hidden Hospitality - Llandudno

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Hidden Hospitality - Llandudno, North Wales: Sept-Dec 2018

 

Shown in the seafront shelters along the promenade at Llandudno, 54 large-scale portraits of those who work behind the scenes in the town's hotel and guest houses. The exhibition was produced and curated by Paul Sampson who runs the Oriel Colwyn gallery.

Town To Town - Bristol

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Town To Town - Martin Parr Foundation, Bristol : Jan - May 2018

Blast Photo Festival - West Bromwich

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Looking for Sandwell, Blast Photo Festival, West Bromwich : May-June 2019

I was commissioned by the West Midlands community arts charity, Multistory to shoot a series of portraits throughout the borough of Sandwell in 2018/2019. The images where shown at different locations in West Bromwich and on the Midland Metro tram stations across the region during the Blast Photo Festival.   

Distinctly Britain - Pingyao

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Distinctly Britain - Pingyao Photography Festival: Sept 2018

Six images from the Town To Town series were exhibited at the Pingyao International Photography Festival in China as part of the Distinctly Britain festival. Featuring 12 British photographers, including Chris Killip, Tish Murtha, Martin Parr and Marketa Luskacova, the show ran from 19-25 September 2018.

Tale of Two Streets - Coventry

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Tale of Two Streets - Coventry: May-June 2018

Shot over a year, the exhibition featured portraits from Far Gosford Street in Coventry. These were shown in Fargo Village, a creative arts space on the street, and Greyfriars Green adjacent to the railway station. The project was a collaboration with Photo Archive Miners and Coventry University students who photographed on Foleshill Road. The displays ran througout May and June 2019