I am particularly interested in portraiture and multi media exploring pressing issues such as mental health and the impact of social media on young people. I mainly work in digital format and using little post production and ambient, natural lighting.
Much of my work focuses on the experiences I have with people and the relationships I build whilst photographing them.
I am experienced in post production, retouching and videography, and enjoy collaborating with moving image makers and artists to create a wide range of photography and art.
Employment, Experience and Commissions
Spreckley PR August 2021
Commission to shoot new headshots and other corporate images for a website relaunch.
Raising Robots July 2021
Commissioned to accompany a LEGO Education Trainer in two primary schools and capture children's learning. The images will be used for promotional purposes.
Skylight - Rooftop at Tobacco Dock June 2019 - present
A cocktail bar and club based in Tobacco Dock, East London. I was engaged as photographer-in-residence, and my images were used in promotional materials and on social media.
I was also employed during holiday periods for hosting and occasional bar work.
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance August 2019
Employed to document the Young Musicians Summer School in rehearsal and performance.
My images were used on the Trinity Laban website and can be seen here
The Great Masked Ball July 2018
An immersive dance and theatre experience in London based on Swan Lake. I was engaged to document the event and my images were used across social media and
other websites for promotional purposes. Examples can be seen here.
Creative Arts Weeks 2014 - present
Creative Arts Weeks are four day long, residential holiday courses for children and young people. I use my experience in dance, music and art to assist the tutors and provide additional support to the students, and take the role of 'photographer-in- residence', documenting the courses. The website can be found here.
Chris Nash Dance Photographer
Assisted Chris Nash on multiple shoots; learning through experience and surrounding
myself with professional practitioners. During these times, I learned to take advice and develop skills quickly. I relished being in a busy professional work environment.