I was born in Pennsylvania and lived in New England, USA. We moved to the UK when I was nine.

I graduated from Middlesex University, with a BA Graphic Design in 1984. I worked at the National Portrait Gallery, London, 1984 and lived in Italy in 1986. I returned to study Photography at the Sir John Cass School of Art in 1986-1990. I started exhibiting in 1991, having won an award to be part of a group show at the Cambridge Darkroom. A documentary film was made about the four award winners, I Close My Eyes.
I gained my Post Graduate Certificate in teaching in 1995. I started my career in teaching at degree level at Northampton University in 1995. I won a bursary to make a permanent photographic installation at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts in Liverpool. I studied for an MA in Drawing at Wimbledon School of Art from 1996-1998. From 1999 to 2005, I was Course Leader for BA Photography at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. I worked as a photo editor with internationally recognised book designer, Stu Smith. I have been in numerous group shows in the UK, USA and in France. I am currently a lecturer in Photography & Fine Art at London Metropolitan University, London.
Recent work has been featured in the BJP Portrait Award, has recently been short listed in the Lucie Portraits Awards 2021 and my work is included in the Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology: Future Now. My work is being featured by Autograph: Hackney is Home exhibition. I am part of A&E, an artist collective using archives and making photobooks.

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