My first visit to Dartmoor didn’t disappoint.
On day one we went on a hike to Wistman’s Wood, a small oak woodland which is home to a variety of mosses and lichens. Accompanied by drizzle and the endless fog, we walked for about 18 kilometres. In the mist, boulders appeared…
Barbara Hepworth Studio
A visit to Barbara Hepworth museum in St Ives.
Shot on ilford hp5+, kodak tmy and kodak portra 400.
On the 30th June I went to a private viewing organised by Troze, an art gallery representing both emerging and established artists. A joyful and intimate atmosphere provided a room for many interesting conversations and the soothing voice of one of the artists, Daisy Rickman, took us all on a…
Queer Surf Beach Clean
On Sunday 3rd April, 23 volunteers met up to participate in a beach clean organised by the Queer Surf Club, in partnership with Surfers Against Sewage.
All donations were made to @giveout_org; helping Ukrainian queer folks. For every bag we fill, @pangaia was also donating on our behalf.
Field notes: Mineral hunt
Yesterday we had the best kind of Sunday afternoon
Thanks to our friend Ali (I feel pretty chuffed about having a friend who’s a geologist) we went on an exploration of the west coast and had a mineral hunt.
The weather was gorgeous, location was stunning and the ocean was…
Field notes: Lizard
By the coast
Afternoon at the Lizard,
dear friends and the blissful blue around us
Wet feet, happy dogs, the sea mist on my cheeks
With every step
the view becomes even more beautiful
In the moment
I feel an overwhelming appreciation
for calling this place
h o m e
In the studio with Tor Harrison
Last week I visited beautiful Tor Harrison; photographer, creative director and artist behind Toro Studio
Tor is an artist specialising in hand built ceramics. As we talked during our time together, she shared with me that she’s drawn to slow, repetitive and meditative qualities of traditional techniques such as pinch…
In the studio with Sam Marks
Sam Marks at his studio at the Morgans Falmouth Gallery
Sam is a maker and second generation potter based in Falmouth, Cornwall, specialising in wheel thrown ceramics. He studied and trained to be a Product Designer before turning to pottery in 2016.He works with creative freedom and is appreciative of…
Field notes: Helford River
Slow and playful Sunday morning at the Helford with Charlie
An Ode to Flowers
Flowers from Phil’s garden, King’s Somborne 2021
March Diary - On Film
March selection shot on #kodakportra400
Scans by Take It Easy Lab
Feb Diary - On Film
In November I started capturing each month on film.
It’s easy to forget what day is it during lockdown as they all mould into one.Here’s my sleepy February selection shot on #kodakportra160
Scans by: @jackslab.co ✌🏼☁️
Jan Davidson - Kinesiology, Nutrition and Naturopathy
Just after the first lockdown started to ease, I met Jan at her therapy room and photographed her Kinesiology practice.
The Wild Box
On Saturday we met with Jess, Mary and Jacob and painted a few walls at The Wild Box but I still managed to take a few snaps.
In case if you’re wondering - The Wild Box is a shared creation of Wild Wolf’s Yoga and Sweat Box Gym opening in…
Alexander Technique Workshop
Last Sunday I was invited to photograph an Alexander Technique workshop for Musicians organised by Jenny Quick. Jenny has been involved with helping people physically and artistically for over 30 years. Former Physiotherapist, lifelong musician, Instrumental Coach and Accompanist she anchors herself in the Alexander Technique as the central core…
BTS - Wild Swimming with Deya
I met Deya last Tuesday and today, early in the morning, I joined her at Clevedon Lake to capture her outdoor swim practice. I love how sometimes the energy exchange between people is so pure and connection is so strong, that you immediately take it to another level.When I got…
Interview with Moon & Junes for Zwykle Zycie Mag
Interview with Together and Sunspell
In August 2018 I had the pleasure of talking to Together And Sunspell about my journey into photography, self-love and starting This Is Womb. I have to admit, it’s a strange thing not only to read an interview with yourself but also to not be critical of yourself when you…