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.
Nine former collieries in South Yorkshire (2019) Single digit decline (2018)
Val-de-Grâcé, 2019, Graves Museum, Sheffield
Uncoupled, 2018, DLA Piper (Sheffield) and Sheffield Railway Station
Royal Geographical Society, 2018, ‘Unsorted time: unpacking the uncanny in the former coalfields of South Yorkshire’ (with Amanda Crawley Jackson, University of Sheffield)
‘Memory Terrain: Walking, Remembering, Representing the Abandoned Railway Lines of Paris and Yorkshire’, co-written with Amanda Crawley Jackson for Railway Cultures, 2018