’80 Years of Bass Weejuns’ party

Throwback to this time last year when I was invited down to Carnaby St, Soho to shoot the 80th birthday party of a shoe, the Bass Weejun.  I shot their East London store opening a while back so it was great to be invited down for a second time. The full album of photos can be viewed on the G.H. Bass Facebook page here.

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Video for the National CLT Network

Earlier this year I attended the sell-out National Community Land Trust Network National Conference and put together this video for them. Watch it here!

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Guðrun&Guðrun pop-up

In Autumn last year, luxury knitwear brand Guðrun&Guðrun popped up at a store on Redchurch Street, E2 to showcase their hand-made collection from the Faroe Islands.  I was invited to bring my camera down and capture the opening.  Here’s what it looked like.

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Unwanted presents DJ Format at the Yard, Hackney Wick

In April this year I took some shots for the Unwanted crew who had the inimitable DJ Format on the decks in Hackney Wick’s local theatre – The Yard.  A hard space to photograph but a great party and I hope I did it justice.  View here.

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Video: Expressing Anger through Art: British Sikh Artists on 1984

Here’s the outcome of the project I’ve been working on with Jasjit Singh of University of Leeds and Helen Limon of Newcastle University – an AHRC funded short documentary about British Sikh artists’ responses to the storming of the storming of the Golden Temple in June 1984 in Amritsar, India.  I worked on the camera, sound and editing and you can watch the culmination of the project below.

UCL Urban Laboratory – Sonic Utopias

My photographs from the last month Stadtklang event: screening of The Last Angel of History (John Akomfrah 1996) followed by discussion with Kodwo Eshun and NTS Radio DJs.  See here.

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Working as a Video Artist for (R)agency

Towards the end of 2015 I took part in the project ‘(R)agency? The Creative Practices of Anger‘.  Working as part of a multidisciplinary network of artists, writers and academics the project explored the productive and transformative potential of anger.  I had the pleasure to collaborate with Jasjit Singh, an academic from the University of Leeds on a short film exploring creative responses by young Sikh artists and activists to the Storming of the Golden Temple in Amritsar, 1984.

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