PhMuseum 2023 Women Photographers Grant Shortlist
No Big Deal has been shortlisted for the PhMuseum 2023 Grant. The work will be screened at Photo Vouge Festival in Milan in November. More news to follow…
Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize
I am over the moon that this image, TikTok, from the series No Big Deal made the front cover of the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize, and 3 images from the series are now hanging on the walls of the National Portrait Gallery. The exhibition runs from;
9th November 2023 – 25th February 2024
The National Portrait Gallery, London WC2H 0HE
Woman & the Photobook
Inspired by the recent publication, What They saw: Historical Photobooks by Women, 1843-1999, I’m working on a pop-up library, supported by 10×10 photobooks and Photo Oxford Festival, that showcases a wide-ranging collection of historical and contemporary photobooks authored by women.
15th April ’23 @ Bodleian Library
25th – 29th April ’23 @ Arts at the Old Fire Station
Work-in-progress exhibition – 7th – 28th Jan 2023
Private View – Thursday 12th January 6.30-8.30
This is a research and development exhibition and you are invited to join the conversation on familiar, deeply rooted, yet often hidden, patriarchal ideologies and discourses that occure around teenage girls.
Drop in anytime, or email to book a discussion slot;
The North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford, OX2 7JN
Mon-Fri 10am – 4pm | Sat 12pm – 4pm
The RPS Women in Photography Group
I’m thrilled to be a part of this on-line exhibition SELFIES: Women in Photography. It will run from 15 June to 31 July, 2022 from a virtual gallery; Selfies Virtual Exhibition.
Taylor Wessing 2022
This image of Nicole from the series We Cannot Walk Alone has been shortlisted to be exhibited for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2021.
National Portrait Gallery is under construction this year and so the exhibition will be taking place at Cromwell Place, London.
10th November 2021 – 2nd January 2022
Art at the Old Fire Station
It has been an absolute honour to work with Refugee Resource women’s service on We Cannot Walk Alone. Each portrait has been a real collaboration between me and the sitter; we played, experimented and developed a mutual trust. It’s not easy dropping your guard in front of the lens, it can feel very exposing, but I can’t thank the women enough for trusting in the project and allowing me to capture a tiny bit of their inner self. They are all incredibly inspiring women and the photographs are such a celebration of all refugee, immigrant and migrant women in the city.
Artist in Residence
I am thrilled to announce I have been invited by The North Wall Art Gallery to be a Propeller Artist for a whole year. I’ll be keeping a diary of my work in progress in the project gallery here.
Edit – this has now been extended to two years.
Rising Rituals is currently showing at Waste2Taste cafe at ArkT Arts Centre. Crowell Road, Cowley, Oxford, OX4 3LN.