I’m a photographic artist and writer with an interest in the connections – and disconnections – between space, place, identity and capital. I tutor on several OCA units, authored Reapproaching Photography and produced 53° 33′ 9.468″ N 1° 28′ 47.014″ W interface, an exploration of Barnsley’s fringes and former industrial spaces, for the Investigating Place short course. I’m also an assessor and unit leader.
- Single digit decline (2018).
- Nine former collieries in South Yorkshire (2019), exhibited at the 4th World Congress for Psychogeography, Huddersfield.
- indices of irregular return (2019), with Linda Kemp.
- Val-de-Grâcé (2018), part of public collection at Graves Museum, Sheffield.
- ‘Unsorted time: unpacking the uncanny in the former coalfields of South Yorkshire’ (paper co-written with Amanda Crawley Jackson and presented at the 2018 Royal Geographical Society conference).
- Murmur (2019).