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other projects

Here are a selection of other projects from the last few years. Some of them were completed in just a few hours as part of my technical training at university. 


After my Foundation and before I started at Goldsmiths I was awarded a residency with the Jane Phillips Award programme. It was a digital residency and I worked on my own and in collaboration with artist Beckie Mitchell. My focus for the project was ephemera and the postal service. You can see all the work and blog posts from that Summer by clicking on the link below. 

On my Foundation I read 'The Englishman who Posted Himself and Other Curious Objects' by John Tingey. I became fascinated by W. Reginald Bray's postal experiments and the work of other postal artists. Since then I have conducted my own experiments and continued to send out obscurely addressed mail. If you would like to be a part of one of these experiments or would like to see more examples, please get in touch. 


As President of the Christian Union, I acted as the creative director for a photography exhibition on the theme of ‘What is Real?’. This exhibition was in collaboration with the Photography Society. I chaired committee meetings, oversaw the advertising and led talks with local businesses to source a location for the exhibition. We received a large volume of submissions and the event was very well attended. This exhibition was part of a programme of public facing activities which I delivered in my role as the society’s President.

This photograph is from a photographic campaign created in my first year of university. I worked with a group of designers to explore the theme of period shame. We researched the concept, gathered props and staged the photographs in New Cross. This entire project took place over one day. 

This is a mock up I created as part of a Graphic Design workshop in my second year of university. I was challenged to recreate the cover of a Goldsmiths Press book over two days. This is my final outcome which I created using Photoshop and Indesign. 

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