Most of my work can be found throughout this website. Occasionally though, my images, sounds, and words make their way to other publications.
LGBTQ+ Faces of Bristol
LGBTQ+ Faces of Bristol was founded in July 2020 by local Bristol photographer Karen Freer. The project aims to represent and empower the LGBTQ+ community in Bristol, by hosting photographic portraits on their website, as well as sharing across social media.
The suburbs considered collectively, typically treated as if a distinct community or country with its own characteristic traits, mores, or way of life, esp. (depreciatively) characterized by a dull ordinariness and monotonous conformity; the inhabitants of the suburbs, or their way of life.
In 2019, I decided to carry a camera with me to document the sights I witnessed during my daily commute. Occasionally I wrote some bad poetry too to encapsulate my experience.
From March to June 2016, I cycled through Spain and meandered through Portugal. Passage is the story of that journey. A story told in sounds, words, and images.
Queer Out Here
Queer Out Here bring together stories and soundscapes from around the world to hear how queerness might intersect with and influence people’s experiences of outdoor spaces and activities.
Why We Ride?
Why would anyone travel by bicycle when we have planes, trains, and cars? They allow us to go further, faster, and explore more with a limited amount of effort in a limited amount of time. So why choose to go slower, to sweat, and to travel less distance?