I live in Cornwall, UK, taking inspiration for my work from my coastal and rural surroundings.
I predominantly work with alternative photographic processes, aiming to use the least environmentally toxic photographic techniques to minimise my own photographic footprint.
I want my work to spark conversation about our diverse environments and our impact on them.
I am always keen to collaborate or respond to commissions. Do please get in touch to discuss any potential opportunities.
In September 2018, I gained a distinction in my MA in Photography with Falmouth University.
Harena Now showing in Everything I Ever Learnt exhibition at Art at the ARB, Cambridge University.
From 28 March - 3 May 2019.
Highly commended in Red Line Art Works Annual Awards for Harena Now.
Shutter Hub CLOSE UP review.
Following on from the first exhibition at the Shutter Hub OPEN at the Old Truman Brewery, London, Harena Now travelled with the exhibition to 5&33 Gallery in Amsterdam from December 7, 2018 to January 21, 2019.
Selected for Shutter Hub OPEN 2018 at the Old Truman Brewery, London.
Nominated for the Royal Photographic Society’s Hundred Heroines project: http://www.rps100heroines.org/nominated-heroines/j/
Shortlisted for Pic.London
Exhibitions for Harena Now at Mount Pleasant Eco park and The Fish Factory.
Shortlisted for the Eden Project/FoAM Residency: Invisible
Worlds (2018): edenproject.com/visit/whats-on/invisible-worlds-launch-week
Harena Now exhibition at Hayle Heritage Centre as part of Falmouth University's Searching for Meaning work-in-progress show.
6000 FLOWERS - Farm for AONBees - Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the University of Exeter’s Environment and Sustainability Institute commissioned exhibition for their bee science project
Garden Leave - visual artists' residency at Hestercombe Gardens, Somerset, to help develop an arts centre.
14-18 NOW - short film about the artists participating in the Cornwall Crafts Association and National Trust’s WWI commemorative exhibition.
Phototasia - Crowdfunded and curated a one-day alternative photography festival as part of Newquay Art8. Exhibited within the event’s Newquay Cinema-based show.