Exploring broken relationships, expectations, the protective mask we wear and the gifts we give and receive that take on a unique meaning to those two people.
A continuation of Bungalows in the UK, this series was documented in 2017 on a trip from the Blue Mountains, NSW to Melbourne.
Australian Bungalows vary in style from the Inter-War Period, California style to Waterfall (Art Deco) 1940 – 1950 and post war Triple front (cream brick) 1950 – 1960s, Timber and fibro/ fisherman's cottage’s.
This project moves away from the British nostalgia theme and explores feelings of frustration and of being constrained. Some of the elements include traditional female representation in still life paintings- such as tulips, pomegranates and cherries, and although the objects are interacting through proximity, they are ultimately disconnected. The objects are dead, bound, hooked and stabbed.
I was commissioned y Sotheby’s to shoot Modern British Art with Ancient sculptures. “Renowned interior designer and avid collector Douglas Mackie was top of our list when it came to pairing modern British artists with classic pieces. So ahead of the Modern & Post-War British Art Day & Evening Sales and the Ancient Sculpture and Works of Art sale in London, we invited him into New Bond Street to create a series of eye-catching groupings.”
Inspired by the Beatles magical Mystery tour and a nostalgic nod to the coach trips that pensioners take around the UK.
This series is currently featured on Float Photo Magazine:
Set and styling by Amelia Martyn http://www.ameliamartyn.com/
This animation was a commission for Anna Jones, which was used on all social channels. The Modern Cook’s Year was published by Harper Collins. It was shot in collaboration with Mondayclub. Art Direction by Rachel Vere, Animation by Lee Bengould with Food styling by Anna Shepherd.
Broken Communication in animation spelt out in morse code.
Regency Banquet, with food styling by food stylist Sam Dixon.
I was commissioned to shoot Picasso ceramics paired with various artworks, selected by Luke Edward Hall.
Having collected ceramics for years, British artist and designer Luke Edward Hall now hand-paints his own range of platters, plates and vases which he sells privately and at Liberty and Alex Eagle Studio in London. We asked him to select some of his favourite works from the upcoming sales Prints & Multiples in London on 27 March, and Important Picasso Ceramics Online, which is open for bidding now until 29 March. Click ahead to see his picks.
I have been documenting bungalows in the UK since last year.
In October 2017 I was interviewed by Georgie Spanswick for U.K. BBC local radio, I was invited on the show to talk about my work and the bungalow series, the work was inspired by reading this arcticle on the BBC.
"The number of bungalows being built in the UK has collapseddespite an ageing population." BBC News Magazine
Why has Britain stopped building bungalows? By Justin Parkinson & Robert Spencer BBC News Magazine
Documenting sculptural works from an important private collection, including works by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Alberto Giacometti, Jean Arp, Henri Laurens, Jean Dubuffet and Alexander Calder, for the Impressionist & Modern Art Day Sale.
A document of non-renewable resources, fossil fuels, man-made energy devices and natural materials.
Working with food stylist Sam Dixon we re-created dishes from Fanny & Johnnie Croddock's Cookery programme recipe book No 11, from 1970.
Documenting cocktails and dishes served at this unique bar Scout, it uses all of the mixology waste ingredients up to create a short snack menu. Dishes include toasted sourdough with house kohlrabi and London coppa and pickled celeriac with truffle. With a focus on seasonal ingredients, while staying sustainable – minimising waste as much as possible.
A collection of images documenting British scenes over the last 15 years
Revisiting my hometown and documenting scenes, details and places I spent time at as a child.
The Summer Fete series re-creates memories of homemade stalls, games and raffle prizes. The selection here is throwing wet sponges at your dad! winning crap bottles of wine on hoopla, knocking cans to win at tin can alley and the classic smashing crockery!
The post Brownies project is an exploration of play, drawing from memories of a time before everyone was plugged in. The church hall, camping trips, games, a sense of freedom and boredom all rolled into one.
A series observing some of the experiences of life as a freelancer.
A series of still life images inspired by memories and time spent with my Grandparents, from corned beef to heated rollers.
I have 9 years of Commercial experience shooting and retouching products for e-commerce -High St brands, independent companies and magazines. Clients include: Topshop, Jack Wills, Matches, French Connection, Asos, Arcadia Group and Instyle.
A graphic-led Still life series of play in the studio.
From bad eating habits to things you wouldn't want to find in your food.
still life series of everyday materials photographed as luxury brands, showcasing the beauty in the mundane.
A series of images looking at the demise of packet foods
Playing with objects to occupy time when bored of waiting for a bus in the 1990s.