I am a London based photographer, focusing mainly on portraiture with a love of analogue processes.
My personal work addresses themes of transience, identity, community, isolation and loneliness.
I am most well known for my Stillsoho project, a series of black and white portraits of friends and lovers set in the landscape of a disappearing London.
I am available for commissions and assignments.
For licensing and copyright enquiries, please contact Aretha Campbell at Bridgeman Images - firstname.lastname@example.org
I was born in Paris and was raised in Las Vegas and a Hampshire village and mainly brought up by my maternal grandparents. My first job was picking up feathers at the Moulin Rouge in Paris where my Dad worked for over 30 years. My Mum was a Las Vegas showgirl and appeared in James Bond: Diamonds are Forever as Shady Tree's Red Acorn.
My previous careers have included stints as a croupier in Mayfair casinos and the cruise ships; a bar tender at the French house pub in Soho; production assistant to legendary advertising photographer John Claridge; a gallery girl in London’s art world, working with influential curator Emma Dexter at Timothy Taylor Gallery; and archive assistant to Beat Generation expert and cultural historian, Barry Miles.
My work has been published in AnOther Man, Harper's Bazaar, German Vogue, L'Uomo Vogue, Port, Town, Elephant, the Daily Telegraph, the Guardian, the New York Times and Artforum.
I have photographed several internationally renowned contemporary artists including Susan Hiller, Sean Scully, John Stezaker, Ann-Marie James, Boo Saville, Neil Libbert and Hugo Wilson.
Group show, The Columbia Hotel and Roman Road residency, September 2020
Group show, Artists from The Colony Room, Dellasposa Gallery, London, September - December 2020
Group show with Art on a Postcard, February-March 2020
Solo show at Le Roi Fou, Edinburgh, February- May 2020
Group event - Table Top Museum, Art Workers' Guild, London, September 2019
Group show: Club Culture, Fabric London, April 2019
Group show: 209 Women, Portcullis House, Houses of Parliament, London, December 2018 - February 2019; travelling to Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, March-April 2019
Group show: The Old Bank Vault 1 year anniversary show, London, August 2018
Group show: LONDON CALLING, The Photocopy Club at V3, London, January 2018
Solo show: Homme Libre, A22 Gallery, London, November 2017
Group show: Salon 17, Four Corners, London, October 2017
Group show: Photography on a Postcard 2017, The Printspace, judged by Dougie Wallace, October 2017
Group show: Conceal/Reveal, Photo Oxford, September 2017
Group show: Café Royal Books: Repro Show, Hanover Project, University of Central Lancashire, November-December 2016
Solo show: Stillsoho, Blacks Club, London, September-October 2016
Group show: Selected by Brian Griffin to show The animals were beautiful alongside his Himmelstrasse series, Magic Gallery, Royal Photographic Society's London pop up, August-September 2016
Group show: Summer exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2016
Solo show: Stillsoho, The Society Club, London, December 2012 - April 2013
Group show: Trolleyology: Ten Years of Trolley Books, Venice, 2013
Group show: Situation Gigi, auction exhibition raising funds for Gigi Giannuzzi cancer treatment
Group show: The Mountain of Fire and Miracles, Main Yard Gallery, London, 2009
Solo show: Stillsoho, The French House, London, 2009
Recipient, London Creative Network, professional development programme, Four Corners, London, 2017-2019
Shortlisted - Photographer in Residence at Harrow School, 2016
Shortlisted - Kolga Tbilisi Photo Awards in Georgia, 2016
Finalist - Kuala Lumpur International Photo Awards, 2016
Finalist - StreetFoto San Francisco, 2016
Top 100 Photographers in the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2016
Metro Imaging, April 2020
The Photographers' Gallery, January 2020
The Old Girls Club, May 2019