Ongoing project on why and when British women choose to congregate en masse in the twenty-first century.
With the Brexit vote coming up, i-D commissioned me to shoot portraits of Londoners who were planning to vote remain.
for Refinery 29
“For anyone across the world who is LGBT, gender non-conformative, or even just has an unconventional hobby, the struggle to reconcile your differences with your parents’ hopes for you is a familiar one.”
A project photographing people who define as asexual around the UK.
2010 – 2013
Blackpool’s Illuminations were established in 1879 to prolong tourism in the colder months and every year from late summer until November over one million lamps light up the seafront’s main road.
“Can we learn more about what it is to be women by disguising gender through a constructed, post-sex persona?”
2009 – 2012
In 1958 the last “proper” British debs were presented before Queen Elizabeth II – these debutantes were about to enter the swinging sixties – how did they feel about taking part?
for You Do You
Dreamboat is a word most associated with the glossy teen idols of the 1950s, when heartthrobs such as Elvis and James Dean graced countless girls’ magazine covers.
Mia Farrow grew up with three sisters: Prudence, Stephanie and Tisa. We reimagine their life on North Roxbury Drive, Beverly Hills…
S/S 16 Campaign
As You Are magazine
Fangirls : Diva magazine. Stylist: John William
for Let Them Eat Cake