Young Fathers  
2019 - Ongoing

Although outdated stereotypes of parenting between men and women are starting to change for the better, I still rarely see the important representation of young men as a loving father figure.

These images are a selection of young fathers and guardians, who portray the gentle, influential and caring relationship between fathers and their sons and daughters.


Mod UK  
2014 — Ongoing

This series explores the current Mod scene in the U.K. Mod is a subculture that began in the late 50’s, and through the years, it has seen many variations of its original style.
 
The word "Mod" is shorthand for modernist, which would indicate something new, although this subculture is based on something that first existed in the late 1950’s.

Due to this, the images hold a timeless quality, with no real indications to a specific time period in which they were made.

Prints
Available in exclusive editions:
12x8" / 20x24"/ 36x24"

Skins & Suedes  
2015 — Ongoing


Skinheads drew influence from the early Mod style and originally had the music of 1960's Jamaican musicians as their soundtrack.

Those involved in the subculture had a sense of working class pride and this attribute was often recognised in the white and black youth, who grew up across England.

The distinct skinhead look went on to be adopted by various facist groups and many original skinheads felt it was time to abandon their style, due to the negative association.

Some true skinheads refused to give up their style, which ultimately caused a divide within the subculture between those with differing political stances.

Prints
Available in exclusive editions:
12x12” / 20x20"/ 40x40"

The Cage  
2017

The sun is beating relentlessly on my back as I turn on to West 4th.

I hear raised voices, laughter and the pounding of rubber bouncing repetitively on the baked, scuffed concrete. Hands push and pull, legs sprint and the players wipe their exhausted, sweat-soaked faces.

A display of ego, friendship, hierarchy and compassion, all contained within the fenced court.

Ground Clearance  
2016 — 2017

In the mid-to-late 1940’s a new subculture in America emerged.

Mexican-American youths had been known to place sandbags in their custom vehicles, so that the body of their car would ride close to the road.

This was aesthetically pleasing for those involved in the scene and would later be technologically advanced, for the same effect to be achieved by hydraulics.

Lowriding was formed out of Mexican-American culture, and the vehicles were decorated to hold political statements and sported images representing the culture out of which it was born.

As the years passed, and the 21st century began, Lowriding culture became extremely popular.
Often seen in popular music videos, the scene was embraced by cultures all around the world and amassed huge global appeal. 

Prints
Available in exclusive editions:
12x12” / 20x20"/ 40x40"

Commercial Projects
In order of appearance

Levi’s / Nike / Umbro / Just Eat / Adidas / Intersport