Edinburgh based photographer available for editorial and commissioned work. GSOH, loves dogs.

Collections & Awards

  • Selected artist for New Irish Works 2019.
  • Selected for the New Photographers Guild mentorship programme, 2016.
  • Shortlisted for The Pilkington Prize, 2015.
  • The Library Project, Dublin.
  • Arts Council of Northern Ireland.

Recent Exhibitions

  • 2019 New Irish Works, Museum of Contemporary Photography of Ireland, Dublin.
  • 2018 Projects 18: Fresh Focus, Stills Centre for Photography, Edinburgh.

Group Exhibitions

  • 2018 Multiple Proof, Lillie Art Gallery in association with Street Level Photoworks, Milngavie.
  • 2018 One Year Revolv, Safehouse 1, London.
  • 2017 Working Title, Stills, Edinburgh.
  • 2017 When the Light Shifts, Glasgow Women's Library, Glasgow.
  • 2016 Project(or), Established, Culture Night Belfast.
  • 2016 Departures, Hillhead Library in association with Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow.
  • 2015 Visualising the Animal, Carlisle Photo Festival, Various Locations.
  • 2015 4/4, Six Foot Gallery, Glasgow.
  • 2014 Hold the Line, Exchange Gallery, Belfast Exposed.
  • 2014 Night of the Museum, Kaunas Photo Festival, Lithuania.
  • 2013 ACNI Collection Exhibition, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Waterways Ireland Enniskillen.
  • 2013 Book Project, Next In Print Symposium, Belfast Photo Festival.
  • 2012 Peripheries-Moments from the Side, Inspirational Arts, Dublin.
  • 2010 Different Dimension, Novosibersk State Art Museum, Russia.


  • 2016 Milk Shots, a collaborative zine and exhibition programme between Belfast Photo Factory and The Forgotten Collective, created as part of The Milk Diaries, in association with MILK Cafe and TalkSee Photography.
  • 2011 Will We Be There? an exhibition and publication providing an alternative vision of the Belfast Exposed archive beyond images of riots, funerals and paramilitaries, encouraging the viewer to investigate the archive for themselves.



  • 2010–2011 Archive internship with Belfast Exposed Photography Gallery.
  • 2010 BA(Hons) Photography, University of Ulster, Belfast.