Photographs from a magical life lived in Northern Ireland.
My MFA final year work explores the effects of living in a place that is neither geographically nor culturally your own; it is a glimpse of the struggle of wanting so badly to be a part of something, but instead feeling apart from it. As an outsider, one must grapple with identity, otherness and what it means to belong. 'Shadow Dance' works with an undisclosed landscape and the human form to create a visual conversation about what it means to search for belonging while standing out.
Belfast Book Festival June 2016
I was honored to be asked to do the photography for the Belfast Book Festival in June 2016. Venues included the Crescent Arts Centre, Elmwood Hall and the Moravian Church to name a few. I was delighted to meet some amazing writers, poets, spoken word legends and other figures who have used their craft to change the lives of others!
In The Seam
In The Seam explores the experiences of peoples from the Indian diaspora in Northern Ireland.
Vote Yes Referendum Dublin
I took a gander down in Dublin the day the votes were read for the Equal Marriage Rights referendum. It was a historic day for Ireland and for the world.
A collection of photographs from Brighton Beach in Saltdean, England.