CommissionsCamera Obscura Refugee project
Lebanese Water Project, "We Made Every Living Thing From Water"
November -2015 - May 2016.
A commission by the American University of Beirut to create a Twenty-minute documentary highlighting the political and economic difficulties of supplying water to the Lebanese population.
The El Walid Band, Western Sahara.
February 2015 – projected completion, 2016.
Commissioned by Sandblast Arts to document this famous 1970’s band that sparked political consciousness across the Maghreb. The stills were exhibited at the 100 Year Gallery in London.
The Oil Sands
2010 – present / ongoing I have been working in conjunction with Revolve Magazine following the development of North America’s largest industrial development through the eyes of the residents of Peace River, Fort McMurray and Cold Lake, Alberta.
Completed bodies of work
https://vimeo.com/17566949 https://vimeo.com/25091098 https://vimeo.com/70135081
June-September 2009 In collaboration with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation developed a stills/multimedia piece on the effects of urban development on the crab population on Maryland’s eastern shore and the resulting implications for the residential community on Tangier Island http://vimeo.com/20416947Homeland Lost – "The Saharawi”
“Homeland Lost – The Palestinians” –
March 2003. I was sponsored by the British Council in East Jerusalem to photograph exiled Palestinians across the Middle East and juxtaposed their portraits with landscapes of what has happened to their homes and villages in present day Israel.
Appalachia - Mountaintops to Moonscapes
October 2013 I completed an eleven-minute segment on the effects of the coal industry’s policy of mountaintop removal in Wise, Virginia
Rucka Art Residency in Cesis, Latvia
My work in Cesis focused on the clear-cutting of the Latvian forests being done by the Ministry of Forestry and private companies. The body of work will be exhibited throughout the town later in 2018.
Belgian Beach Project – January-2011
I worked in conjunction with Belgian gallery de Queest Art, documenting the Belgian
Beach from an aesthetic, social and economic perspective. https://vimeo.com/26636740
“Toronto Street Photography” – Magnum workshop: photographed Toronto street scenes.
“Leaving Clarkesdale” – Magnum workshop: Documented the economic demise of the Mississippi Delta and the surviving Blues scene.
“Industreality” – Produced a photographic essay about the effects of post-Soviet industrial decay on communities in the Urals; this piece was the outcome of a NCCA (National Centre for the Contemporary Arts) residency in Ekaterinberg, Russia. September 2008
“Canadian Rangers” – Created a photographic essay on the training of the Inuit Rangers in Taloyoak, Nunavut.
London College of Printing – MA Documentary Photography December 2010 London College of Printing – Professional Photography Practice January 2000