I’m an artist-photographer with a broad ranging career spanning over 20 years of varied commissioned and self-initiated works. After graduating with an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art in 1988, I worked in Magnum Photo’s London office, then as a researcher on the picture desks of The European and The Telegraph Magazine before moving to France, where I freelanced as photographer 1991-2002. In February 2008 I co-founded artist-led collective Wideyed, followed by off-shoot project The Lostness Club which I created with Richard Glynn in 2015. As part of both of these organisations I’ve contributed to the management and production of exhibitions and events, completed commissions, managed community arts projects, run workshops, and participated in international arts festivals, fairs and residencies. My work has been published and regularly exhibited nationally and internationally, and some specific pieces are in the permanent collections of the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum in Middlesbrough, the Bibliothèque Abbé-Grégoire in Blois, France, and Process-Space Arts Foundation in Balchik, Bulgaria.