Hi there!

Based in the South West, I enjoy travelling around Cornwall and Devon, visiting the coastline and countryside. Spoilt for choice, I try to visit somewhere every weekend, along with my partner and dog – who help me find good spots to photograph! My aim is to travel around the entire South West Coastline, as well as capturing as many waterfalls, forests, tors and beautiful open spaces as I can.

Besides my love for photography, I have an equal passion for art – creating watercolour paintings or pencil drawings, either as a way of relaxing or as a present/commission for someone. I have always loved creating things as gifts… drawing a favourite character or scene from a film for someone I care about. I enjoy the process of creating just as much as seeing the client with finished piece.

I am currently working at a local wine bar – when I’m not working behind the bar or serving drinks, I am creating new menu layouts or posting photos for their social media! I enjoy running and going out for walks with my dog, who just so happens to be adorably photogenic!


If you are interested in a photoshoot or a commissioned piece of artwork, get in touch and I would love to create something unique for you! I specialise in:

Digital photography, although I also love analogue
Drawing – pencil or charcoal
Painting – predominantly watercolour, however, I also enjoy gouache and acrylic


2015 – 2018 Falmouth University – BA (HONS) Photography

2007 – 2014 Budehaven Community College


2018 – Free Range, London. YOLK

2018 – Falmouth University. Degree Show

2018 – Small Ships, Falmouth. YOLK Fundraiser

2017 – Institute of Photography, Falmouth University. WHIP

2016 – The Poly, Falmouth. Lux

2015 – Institute of Photography, Falmouth University. A Space Within


2018 – Winner of Eizo Colour Awards

2018 – Finalist of The Institute of Photography Graduate Prize


2018 – Excavated Topographies ~ Source Magazine Online Portfolio // Free Range Online Portfolio // THAT Mag. Issue 1. //  Whisper Magazine. Issue 1. 

2017 – Review of WHIP Exhibition. Walking the Earth: River in the Sky ~ Subculture Online