Portraits for 4Music

A series of portraits for 4Music, captured at Alexandra Palace in November 2020. Pictured: Arlo Parks, Gracey, Pa Salieu, The Snuts and 220 Kid.

Natural History Museum: World of Wonder portraits for Channel 5

New portraits for Channel 5’s show Natural History Museum: World of Wonder. I spent an incredible day seeing behind the scenes and photographing some of the museum’s staff. You can watch the first episode at 8pm on Thursday 7th January, Channel 5. Commissioned by: Channel 5 Assistant: María Monfort Plana

Portraits for 4Music

I’ve recently been working with 4Music on a series of portraits. Pictured: Mae Muller, Declan McKenna, and Hamzaa.

Refinery 29: Butch Beauty

New work for Butchness Is Not The Opposite Of Beauty – It’s A Kind Of Its Own by Sadhbh O’Sullivan for Refinery 29. Featuring Nkem, Xandice and Martha. With layout design by Meg O’Donnell.  Assistant: Hannah Norton. “To be butch, we are led to believe, is to be the antithesis to ‘traditional’ beauty. By appearing deliberately gender nonconforming, butch women and people are seen to be rejecting traditional forms of femininity. But rejection of femininity is not a rejection of beauty. Nor is it a bid to ‘look like’ or embody masculinity. The beauty of butchness is that it creates its …

Dazed Beauty: Religion & Makeup

New work for How my religion shaped my relationship with makeup by Amrou Al-Kadhi for Dazed Beauty. Featuring Glamrou, Hafsa Qureshi, Raheem Mir and Miss Hope Springs.  “As a Muslim boy, reaching for my mother’s make-up brush resulted in verbal scalding and a night of repenting for Allah’s mercy. Make-up on a boy, I was taught, was an unimaginable insult. Hence when I started drag at the age of 19, it felt like the ultimate transgression against my religion. It’s been a decade since meeting my queen alter-ego,and I’ve come to discover something quite surprising: that the process of applying make-up …