My first degree is in social anthropology, with later studies in photography at LCC and photojournalism at the Danish School of Media & Journalism. With extensive frontline experience working in the social sector, I am drawn to visual narratives connected to personal identity, community and social justice.
My journey as project manager, learning curator, workshop facilitator and youth worker over the past ten years has enabled me to forge longstanding links with galleries such as Tate and The Photographers’ Gallery.
As an art psychotherapist I have worked therapeutically with young people and adults across schools, the NHS and the community. I bring together all of these experiences using an empathetic, creative and person-centred approach, providing me with a rich and powerful way to cultivate ideas and encourage new debates.