Fold was very recently a causality of the catastrophic consequences of extreme weather, our facility devastated by the highest flood level in recorded history, a result of the increasingly accepted evidence of the warming of the Earth’s atmosphere.
We are interested in the attendant debates and issues of representing such global phenomena, its processes and consequences.
He continues to work on self-initiated projects and has recently been awarded a PhD for published work focused on the Oldham Road Rephotography Project which is placed with Gallery Oldham.
He has exhibited extensively in the UK and also internationally. Example images from former projects can be seen on
He started his teaching career in community and gallery arts education, initially at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff and later at Ffotogallery, The Centre for Photography in Wales.
He has a degree in Photography, Film and Video and an MA in Photographic Studies: practice and theory. He is currently a PhD research student in the Visual Cultures dept., Goldsmiths, University of London.
More recently in the ‘Ways of Looking’ Photography festival initiated by Impressions Gallery, Bradford, an installation exhibited at Gallery II. He has been awarded a number of grants and bursaries (Arts Council England and Arts Council Wales). He has recently written and illustrated with photographs a collaborative book chapter (with Steve Hanson) titled: ‘New and Accurate and Maps of the Island’ a survey of English identity post 2015 general election and a journal article on representing immaterial global finance titled ‘Allegories of Capital’ an article he also illustrated with photomontages.