In these photographs, the built environment is static, defunct of life, a stage for walking choreography. The humans, bringing the energy, are spatially arranged as though carefully directed. They appear to have been preconditioned to act like automatons, self-absorbed passers-by uncannily acting out parts in mental isolation.
Adhering to the rules of candid street photography, I often ‘build’ shots by waiting for satisfactory outcomes in real-time. I’ve used photographic layering extensively in my practice to comment on aspects of human behaviour in cities, a technique chosen to express the human condition. The prevalence of digital technology has shifted our sense of belonging to a community—changing how I use street photography to document the city.
My work has been shown internationally in festivals and group exhibitions and was selected as the Juror’s Pick in the LensCulture Street Photography Awards in 2017. Since then, I won several awards, including the series winner at PHoS, Athens, and the Best Series award at Streetfoto, San Francisco. I was the Street category winner of the Neutral Density Awards and series winner in the 13th Pollux Awards, Street category in 2019. I’ve shown in galleries across the UK, US, Hungary, Greece, Turkey, Italy, France and Spain. In 2020, I became a member of the iN-PUBLiC street photography collective.
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