My work focuses on meditated moments of loss and memory. I work with still life and landscape photographs, examining the relationship between place and person, exploring the lure of the outside. I graduated from University of South
Wales in 2014, and am the founder and co-editor of Darwin magazine, a contemporary photography magazine.
Set in Snowdonia National Park, Roam explores the appeal of this landscape, from hikers to ramblers and holiday-goers alike. The towns and villages which occupy the
National Park thrive from tourism.
With this flood of human presence, the landscape changes.