I am a photographer and artist from the U.K, who spent nine years living and working in South Korea.
Having photographed many subjects during my time spent in Korea, including fashion, portraits, family, kids, engagement and various other styles, I decided to move back to the UK in August 2016 and set up as a wedding photographer. Other examples of my work can be found here.
After graduating from Northampton University in 2007, with a degree in fine art and a specialisation in lens-based media, I pursued my personal studies of Korean video artist Baik Nam June with a move to South Korea. While still actively producing art, I held my first gallery solo exhibition in 2011 at Gallery I in Insadong, Seoul. I have exhibited extensively across Korea, putting on nine solo exhibitions, partaking in over thirty group exhibitions.
In 2012 I established Professional Artist's Network Korea, which grew to include over eighty artists from fifteen different countries in just over two years. In spring 2015, PANK merged with IAC to form Art Network Korea (ANKR), which continues to provide a vital resource for English speaking artists living in Korea.