I am an analogue photographer, freelancer, sessional musician and university lecturer and work across both education and entertainment. I set up my own small business Little Vintage Photography in 2014 to deliver everything from workshops and courses to analogue wedding photography.
I work closely with heritage, craft, art, literacy, science and tech sectors to combine the science and engineering of traditional photography with modern technology in order to produce creative and artistic output in a slower, more mindful way and have a great love of everything from cyanotypes and pinhole to large format and wetplate processes.
In order to take my enterprise on the road, I converted a vintage caravan called Rosie for use as a travelling camera-obscura, workshop space, mini-darkroom and mobile photobooth for weddings, celebrations and events.
I am passionate about inspiring everyone to explore and discover the magic of analogue photography through all of these industries, allowing curiosity and imagination to lead the way.
I came onboard as a full time co-host of Sunny 16 Podcast in July 2017 and have recently started producing a ‘when-ready’ show called UnderExposed, which focuses on giving analogue photographers who tend to fly a little below the radar, more of a voice.
I live in Liverpool with a husky dog called Marceline and a beardy man called Adam.
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