My work over the last twenty years or so has involved the study of peace and conflict and I have taught, written and researched around these issues in a variety of contexts. The photograph above and that on the ‘welcome’ page represents the type of ‘street’ photography I have been involved with producing during this period.
I am, however, interested in sharing knowledge about photography in a much wider sense and welcome the opportunity to work and reflect with others around topics of interest – from selecting themes and personal projects, to ethics, locations, gear selection and the history and theories of photographic genres.
I have provided workshops on many of these topics and have taught in community and University settings in the UK, Europe, the US and Canada.
Below are some brief slides from a workshop with University students on the role of the image in Conflict Research.
I welcome the opportunity to be involved in either academic, activist or practitioner spaces and the opportunity to think and talk with anyone who would like to reflect on the ‘documentary impulse’, whether that’s in the street, on a protest, at an event, or in the everyday-ness of life.
Please use the contact page to get in touch, for further information and to make a connection.