Monday, 17 July 2017

Biodome living with Matt Rudd - The Sunday Times Magazine



“How many cans of baked beans have you got there?”
“About 50”

It’s great to be part of a project that sheds light on society’s environmental footprint. And beans seemed to be the motto of the day when I went to visit Matt Rudd at the end of his four day stay in a biodome in Leamington Spa. The dome is the creation of artist Tom James and it imagines a world without oil… a frighteningly close reality. I ended up on a rickety old boat that leaked, in a compost toilet with Matt’s trousers around his ankles and making fires as the sun set over the lake.

A brilliant day and an awesome project to be part of. Thanks to Matt for being such a good sport, and of course, for the never-ending baked bean related jokes.












Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Mental health project - volunteers needed



Hello one and all,

I need YOUR help. I am looking for brave volunteers who suffer, or have suffered with mental health issues and are willing to have their portrait taken. This could be you, your mother, your niece or your friend…

Why am I creating this project? Mental health is something that I care deeply about. I want to create striking photographs that show everyone and anyone can be affected, and just like any other illness, it shouldn’t be a taboo to talk about it.

What will it involve? It won’t be any old portrait - your thoughts will be visible for all to see. We will talk about your struggles together and then translate this into a portrait.

Please get in touch if you would like to participate or know someone who would be willing to participate:


07871175627