I am a London-born photographer and printer who now lives in Minneapolis. I use photography to render landscapes, both real and imagined, playing with tensions between geography and experience. I am particularly interested in applying experimental technology to push the capabilities of handmade historical photographic printmaking processes.
My work has been widely exhibited across the US and UK, I am a five-time recipient of fellowships from the Minnesota State Arts Board, and I was awarded a place in the Minnesota Center for Book Arts/Jerome Foundation mentorship program.
All the prints and portfolio cases available here are hand-printed or constructed by myself, in the studio and darkroom, with care and attention using the finest quality archival papers, inks and materials.
Silver-gelatin prints are made in the darkroom using traditional methods, formulae, chemicals and enlargers. The polymer photogravure prints are made from plates that are inked, hand-wiped and the prints pulled on an etching press.