For the last few weeks I’ve been busy working on a large commission for the Mayor of London’s Outer London Fund. I will explain more when the images are out in the public domain. In the meantime here are some portraits from two other recent commissions. The first image is a portrait of historian Katy Layton-Jones photographed in the disused subway entrance into Crystal Palace Park in south London – an amazing space that local residents are campaigning to get reopened to the public.
The second is a portrait of up-and-coming musician Rafael Rozenson.
I have also recently been picked as a UK winner for the Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward 2013, and one of my images from my series Electrosensitive has been selected for the Royal Photographic Society’s 156th International Print Exhibition.