I use my multifaceted work to comment on identity, and subsequently the complexity of human character. By specialising in analogue photography and the traditional black and white darkroom process, I have created a thoughtful practice that inspires my poetry. What started as a hobby has become a passion and I now use creative writing as a cathartic release. I have exhibited my work across the country, with my most recent exhibition in the Photograd Open 2018.
Currently living in Brighton, please contact with any enquiries.
FOCUS- YOUNG AND TALENTED Mailbox Birmingham
OCULUST Regency Townhouse Brighton
50 WAYS OF SEEING Edward Street Brighton
FIVE Pop-Up Brighton
PHOTOGRAPHY DEGREE SHOW Grand Parade Gallery Brighton
INTROSPECTIVE // FREE RANGE PHOTOGRAPHY WEEK TWO Old Truman Brewery London
THROUGH THE LENS FESTIVAL
St Mary in The Castle Hastings
PHOTOGRAD OPEN 2018
The Cass - London Met University
Ba(Hons) Photography University of Brighton
The Guardian - Youth club: a new era of photography – in pictures
Elephant Magazine - Ones to Watch: The Highlights from Free Range
HUNGER TV - The graduate photographer inspired by traditional Japanese aesthetics
PHOTOGRAD - An Interview With Photograd Open 2018 Exhibiting Photographer Lottie Wilson
Winner of Free Range Collaborative Award for group show INTROSPECTIVE.