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  1. A Return Home - AFC Wimbledon for 11 Freunde

    This was an interesting, yet challenging brief! Last month, 11 Freunde sent me to document the historic return of AFC Wimbledon to their home ground, Plough Lane, after 29 years away, and 18 years after their controversial relocation to Milton Keynes. My brief was to document the build up to…


  2. The Gatekeepers featured in The New York Times

    The waters surrounding Britain are speckled with thousands of small islands, only a small fraction of which are inhabited, some by as few as one or two people. Among those who call Britain’s small islands home are a collection of wardens — caretakers who spend their lives in quiet solitude,…


  3. The Ritual - Arsenal

    The next chapter of my ongoing photo essay for VICE, ‘The Ritual’, sees me travelling north of the river and spending the day with Arsenal fans as they show me around some of their favourite match day rituals.  From legendary pie shops and threadbare pubs to the ArsenalFanTV stadium huddle,…


  4. The Ritual

    I was recently commissioned by VICE to embark on a new long-form photo essay that focuses on match day rituals at football clubs around the UK and how fan culture is grounded in local neighbourhoods. ‘The Ritual’ will see me travelling across the width and breadth of the country as…


  5. Valdeluz for The New York Times

    A few months ago I was sent to Spain for The New York Times to shoot a photo essay on the revival of the Spanish ghost town of Valdeluz. I have been researching the story of Valdeluz over the past year and it immediately sparked my interested as soon as…


  6. Trains, Brexit & Doombar

    A few weeks ago I was asked by Die Zeit to go and photograph Tim Martin, the controversial founder of the UKs biggest pub chain JD Wetherspoons. Since opening his first pub in Muswell Hill in North London back in 1979, Tim Martins empire has grown to an impressive 883…


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