I am a portrait and documentary photographer. Exploring notions of home and family and our relationship to the natural world, I work primarily with analogue photography which I process at home in the kitchen sink. I live and work in the South East of England and much of my work is about the place I live and the people who live there. I like to experiment with different film cameras from 35mm to polaroid and 5x4 and with different processes including working with paper negatives, lumen prints and cyanotypes. All of the work I make I process myself at home and hand print as much as possible in the darkroom. I have exhibited at: The Lishui International Photography Festival, China; FotoNostrum Gallery in Barcelona; in the exhibition 209 Women at the Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool; and more recently in the digital exhibition 365 Edition - a portrait of the year that changed everything, curated by the British Journal of Photography, 1854 and New Art City. I am a member of Kiln photo, a group of creative photographers based in a studio in Badshot Lea, Farnham.