Sunday, January 18, 2015


Today was the opening of my first outside exhibition, it was in Southwark Park and contained work from all courses in my year at Camberwell College. The exhibition was amazing, a lot of great work. Here is my contribution:

Thursday, September 25, 2014


So I have been looking for an abandoned place since I fell in love with the work of Francesca Woodman, but it's been so hard finding somewhere that firstly 1) isn't in the process of being torn down or already torn down and 2) Can get into the building without being arrested or injured.. 
So this place used to be a school I believe and even though I couldn't get in the actual building I found the empty swimming pool and some out houses with broken pipes and the roofs falling down. There was also a beautiful archway that I found and couldn't help but imagine how amazing the school would have looked when working. 
So these images are just ones taken on my phone for instragram, as I used a model for my shoot and, of course, it's on film. Which I am developing tomorrow so will hopefully have them printed and scanned by tomorrow.

Monday, September 22, 2014

New Shoot

Heres a Polaroid from my latest shoot, just trying out a few different things to build up to my final shoot for my summer project for uni. Just want something to show that I am proud of.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

The Village

So The Village (2004) was finally on Sky again, I don't know why I love this movie so much, it did give me nightmares as a child but then again everything gave me nightmares at that age.
I also kind of felt like it kept with my theme of Hidden, which is currently in all my photography work. With everyone wearing hoods to hide their identity and "monsters" hiding themselves as they are not monsters but regular people who pretended to be something their not to 'protect' the ones they love.

Thursday, August 14, 2014


More images from Marwell Zoo, as I took my 35mm camera aswell as my Polariod. I got this camera from a car boot a while ago,  and haven't tried it out since. So after my zenit broke I decided to try it, and as many of the images had light leaks I got the film developed for free. It was a good day.

Monday, August 11, 2014


As it was my birthday last Tuesday, I got a Polaroid camera from my grandparents and I haven't put it down since. Here are some images I took at Marwell Zoo and a sculpture park in Farnham.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Burgess Park

As I'm moving to a new house soon to start my second year at uni I want to visit all the places I love that are close to me. To start with there is Burgess Park on Old Kent Road in London. It's a lovely area with many different parts to it, pond, gardens, play area. The gardens were my favourite place, even though it is quite small, it's peaceful and beautiful. The bottom image is taken by my boyfriend.

Friday, July 25, 2014

More Ireland?

Here some more images I took while on Ireland, I took about 4 films in just under two films, which is showing destain for me, but means I have many images to show from the holiday. 
I love the top image, which was taken at Ross Castle, Killarney. I adore this place and have been going since I was a little toddler, it's mine and my sitter's place. I really do enjoy taking images of reflections and the seeing the final outcome. Especially with the perfectly green background, then the multi-colour boats and their reflections in the water make the image stand out.  

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Air Show Continued

So I wanted to put up some more images that I took when I was at the airshow, as I only put up the ones of the red arrows, which are my favourite planes that show in the airshow, but I did take some other ones that I like. I also noticed that the three images I picked out perfectly showed the day, in terms of weather. Starting out grey and typical british weather, then cloudy and finally sunny with blue sky.

I love the first image, as the composition is great and the trick they performed is called the 'cork screw,' which was amazing to watch and I caught it at the precise moment that it showed perfectly what they were doing and shows all the planes in the final shot.
The final image also depicts the Valkrie (Hope I spelt that right.) Which has a lovely history, and I was lucky to listen to the air show radio while watching the planes outside the air port, which explains some of its history and said for the third time that it would be last time this plane was shown in the airshow as it's a very old plane.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Farnborough Air Show

So as I pretty much live round the corner, I wanted to see the air show in my hometown, as its only on every 2 years. My favourite was, and has always been, the red arrows, which were on last. It was suppose to rain all day, but luckily by midday the sun came out and the sky turned blue.