My world in photographs..

Free Range 2013!


After a long two years of stress and studying, I have finally completed everything – including my graduation show! I can’t believe it has come and gone so quickly. I am so proud of how well the show went! It was such a strange feeling to watch and to know that people were looking over my work in London, such a great opportunity : ) Here is a few images of my set up and the open evening night!


A little reminder…

Just a little reminder of the details for tonight! We are in space T1, in block F!


Hard at Work.

Hard at Work     Hard at Work

A little sneak peak at the exhibition yesterday! My bud Dom & I working hard to perfect our spaces : )

Final Major Project…

All images have been shot, edited and completed ready for the exhibition! I didn’t get a chance to update my page with these images after we handed in as we have been so busy sorting out the exhibition! Here is a taster of my final images, more can be found on my personal work page!


We all had a long day yesterday setting up our exhibition ready for tonight’s open evening! We have all worked so hard for this over the past two years, and I can’t quick believe that today is the day. I can’t also believe, that my work will be on show in London until Tuesday! I feel so proud, proud that I can show of my hard work to my friends, family, and the general public! Looking forward to tonight : ) Eeeeeek!

Puppet Master..

I spent the whole of yesterday shooting my lovely puppets! It was tiring but worth it. I am rather pleased with the results, here is a little preview : )

Final Major..

So I have finally started shooting my final images for my final major project! Got a long day of shooting a head of me tomorrow, but this is what I started today!




The end of the course is approaching quicker than ever! Which means it is getting closer to the graduation show. We as a class are exhibiting at the Free Range, in London at the Old Truman Brewery. The exhibition is on 20th-25th June, so don’t miss this opportunity to view my work in person! 

Re-Visiting Old Work..

When we are given a project for Uni, I like to capture as much as I can. When it comes to choosing the final images, certain ones get discarded as they are not relevant to the brief. Looking back through my work, I like to find little gems that were not relevant at the time, which I now realise that I like : ).


“ I always thought good photos were like good jokes. If you have to explain it, it just isn’t that good.” – Anonymous