"My fabrications, which are often on a small scale and of a temporary nature, are elevated through the photograph. I like to capture transient moments of precariousness and suspense within the frame and to present a combination of beauty and disquiet in my images. "
"Take photographs that you want to take. Develop your style. Listen to others and take on board constructive comments but don’t let negatives influence your work."
"If you can just take the time to stop, listen and watch, there is so much to learn from and be inspired by right in front of your own eyes."
"I am inspired by current affair issues when working on a documentary project. I love travelling and am inspired, through my travels, to photograph different cultures."
"With such a huge amount of time on our hands it’s really important to check in with yourself and really pay attention to your mental health. Joining online collectives/network can be a great way of getting support, inspiration and advice too."
"I think the main thing (and the hardest thing) is to work out what it is you are really trying to say or do with your work, what your direction is. Once you have done that, then stand by it, be confident about it."