Last week saw the launch of issue 2 of Elbow Grease magazine. To celebrate they hosted and exhibition of my photo essay for the magazine. The theme ‘Abandon’ reflected on The Broken Window Theory; the idea that visible signs of crime create an urban environment that encourages further crime. And my work was displayed alongside a sound installation by James Mitchell and a one off flag by Katie Hood.
Back when the weather was still scorching, I had the pleasure of going up to Chatsworth House to photograph Becky Crowley, head gardener of the cutting garden for The Times LUXX Magazine. Really happy to see the photos in print last weekend, 8th September with art direction from B.A.M London. Read the article online here.
A little something special coming this Sunday. So proud to have some images alongside Lydia Higginson of Made My Wardrobe's powerful piece in the Sunday Times Style magazine this weekend. I won't say much more about it because it's not my story to tell and also I can't really put into words how fucking brilliant I think this woman is. So grateful to her for sharing her story with the world and being such a support to me and a whole community of mega women.
You'll have to pick up a copy of the paper on Sunday 22nd April to see the real photos, so in the meantime here are a couple of outtakes from our shoot down at our home from home Bristol Textile Quarter.
Over the past year it has been a total honour to not only photograph gorgeous Lydia and watch her project grow but to become friends and studio sisters. So proud and inspired to see her story up on Elle last week, go give it a read here and feel totally energised and all powerful. So much love for her.
I'll be showing some more images from our most recent collab very soon, so keep an eye out.
I shot the guys from Japandroids for the latest issue of Crack Magazine, which is out now. Japandroids latest single Near to the Wild Heart of Life is out 27th January.