Lives and works in London






The Royal College of Art: Photography MA

The Surrey Institute of Art and Design University College: BA (Hons) Photography

June - Aug 2016

Dec 2013

Apr 2013

June 2012

May 2012

Nov 2011

Oct 2011

Oct 2011

July-Sept 2011

July 2011

June/July 2011

June 2011

March 2011

Sept 2010

June 2009

March/Apr 2009

Jan/Feb 2009

Nov/Dec 2008

August 2008

July 2008

March 2008

June 2002

Summer Exhibition 2016, The Royal Academy of Arts W1

Atomic, Transition Gallery W6

Shortlisted for Bloomberg New Contempories 2013

Show RCA 2012, The Royal College of Art, London SW11

Seeing For Others, Work Gallery, London WC1

AkzoNobel. ‘Colour.’ Henry Moore Gallery, London SW7

Intimate Space, A permanent image and text exhibit for the Youth Olympic Games 2012, Innsbruck, Austria.

How Looking Gets in the Way of Seeing, Twelve Around One Gallery, London E2

Altitude +1000, Festival of Photography, Switzerland

Contemporary Romantics, DegreeArt, London E2

Construct, Folkestone Triennial Fringe, UK

Creekside Open 2011 (Selected by Phyllida Barlow), APT Gallery, London SE8

RCA print box fundraiser, Hotshoe Gallery, London EC1

Shortlisted for The National Open Art Competition

Creekside Open 2009 (Selected by Mark Wallinger), APT Gallery, London SE8

Days Under Cherry Blossom, Transition Gallery, London E8

Open Salon, Viewfinder Gallery, London SE10

Annual Open Exhibition, Café Gallery, London SE16

EWACC group exhibition, Lennox Gallery, London SW6

The Original Gallery, London N8

Viva Viva, London N8

Flight, The Old Truman Brewery, London E1




July 2011

Nov 2009

Jan 2009

Postscript. In C. Lomax (Ed), Garageland issue 14 'Film'. London: Transition Editions.

Seeing For Others: Black Dog Publishing.

Intimate Space: Georgia Cremier, Schlebrügge.Editor

RCA group show in Photography in the Mountains. Italy: 5 Continents Editions.

Portfolio Michael Hammond 'Old Paths, New Shoes' In C. Lomax (Ed), Garageland issue 9 'Migration'. London: Transition Editions.

Looking From the Outside In. London: Michael Hammond