Photography Daily Podcast Interview

17/11/2020 – I was recently invited by the fantastic photographer and host of the Photography Daily podcast, Neale James, to join him on an episode of the podcast to talk about the project and my own experiences with mental health. Being a huge fan of both his podcast and the Fujicast podcast, which he co-hosts with Fuji ambassador Kevin Mullins, I jumped at the opportunity. You can listen to the full episode below. A huge thank you to Neale for inviting me on to the show and for sharing the project with all his listeners. Make sure to check out …

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The Societies of Photographers Presentation

13/10/2020 – As a Sony Alpha Creator, I am given amazing opportunities to give talks and presentations at photographic events and exhibitions all over the country in conjunction with Sony UK. Yesterday I had the absolute pleasure of chatting with Colin Jones from The Societies of Photographers and giving a live, online presentation about my Portraits of Mental Health to their Facebook page which was supported by Sony events manager, Mark Baber. Click here to watch the full presentation The response to the presentation was amazing and I am always grateful for opportunities like this to share the stories and …

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BBC News East Midlands

24/05/2020 – I am so grateful and blown away BBC News East Midlands came to do an interview with me about the project for a feature on the evening news which was aired on Saturday night. To have that level of support and exposure for the project is just amazing and I think the interview went pretty well considering how nervous I was (and the fact I had really bad lockdown hair). The response and messages I received straight after the interview was aired was amazing, I really hope it helped the project to reach a lot more people. Unfortunately, …

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Mental Health Awareness Week

18/05/2020 – Today is the start of Mental Health Awareness week so it seemed like the right time to finally launch the Portraits of Mental Health project. This project has been an ambition of mine and something I have been planning and working on for several months, so to finally launch the project and share the stories and photographs collected so far is amazing. “What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, more unashamed conversation about illnesses that affect not only individuals but their families as well.” – Glenn Close I really hope the project will continue to grow …

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