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‘The Very Fire They Sit Beside’

Europe

Coal is the biggest contributor to anthropogenic climate change and the current climate crisis.

In Europe, many countries still heavily rely on coal for their energy needs, with over
250 coal fired power plants spread across the continent.

Germany, often seen as the green leader in Europe, still relies on coal for a third of it’s sizeable energy needs.
Seven of the top ten single carbon emitters in Europe are German coal fired power plants.

Bełchatów, in Poland, is the world’s largest brown coal fired power plant.
It alone produces carbon emissions in excess of New Zealand.

In the Balkans, new Chinese funded coal power plants are under construction.

For Europe to help the world reach the Paris Climate Agreement’s targets
and limit global warming to under 2 degrees there is clearly a lot of work to be done...

Shot in collaboration with environmental law charity Client Earth,
this ongoing work* documents the continued presence of coal in Europe 
and the impact it has on the people who live and work beside it.


* due to the Covid-19 outbreak this project is  paused and the exhition date
postponed indefinitely
















‘Sumimasen’

Honshu & Shikoku Islands, Japan

すみません
(su-mi-ma-se-n)
“excuse me, sorry, thank you”


 




















‘Canyon’

Los Angeles, USA


Book collaboration with writer Josh Jones and Ditto London, documenting
the people of Runyon Canyon, Los Angeles.


“ It’s just a dusty old canyon.
It’s not the prettiest.
But it’s the most famous.
And in LA, that counts for everything.”


56 pages, full colour, saddle stitched
Risograph centre interview section
270mm x 207mm, 270gsm (Riso 120gsm)

Available here


The Observer / It's Nice That / iD / Nowness / Wonderland / Coolhunting
Vice / Ain't Bad / Huck Magazine /  MSN / Le Cool / The Heavy Collective






























‘Crane’

Falköping, Sweden


“A quiet walk in the gently rolling hills of the Vast Goth Land, along the shore of Lake Hornborgasjön
becomes first an opportunity for a wry study, then a gentle lyric on normal human oddity,
then a play on the observer observed and ultimately a narrative about form and space.”


Design by Fabrizio Festa
Foreword by author Tony Anderson.
Published by The Golden Pig Press 
in collaboration with Blink Art.


44 pages, full colour,
26 photographs
196mm x 160mm, case bound and cloth wrapped
Tatami White 115gsm & Cyclus Offset 140 gsm


Available here


It's Nice That / Monocle / The British Journal of Photography / Creative Boom




































‘Green and Gold’

Wisconsin, USA


Green Bay is a small industrial city on the shores of the Lake Michigan. 
It’s home to the Green Bay Packers, the only non-profit, community
owned major league sports team in the US. 

The Packers have sold out every home game since 1960.
115,000 names are on the season ticket waiting list,
with an average waiting time of 30 years. 

Lambeau Field has a capacity of 81,441. 
Green Bay’s population is 105,000.






























‘Stob Eht’

Europe


 LA band 'The Bots' on tour around Europe.

48 pages, full colour, centre sewn
Optional tie-dye cloth sleeve cover

Exhibited:

The Photographers' Gallery
We Want More
Group Show
2015

Maurice Eindhardt Neu Gallery
Solo Show
2012

Available here




























‘AnimagiC’

Bonn, Germany

AnimagiC is an annual anime convention held in Bonn, Germany.
It’s one of the largest of its kind in the German-speaking world with about 12,000 visitors.
Shot over one day.






















‘Fuck Off, I Love You’

London, UK

Portrait exhibition in collaboration with Huse Monfaradi
Exhibited at LondonNewcastle, 2010