I am a photography tutor and educator working across adult and community education as well as offering workshops and walks through the Royal Institute of British Architects and for the Barbican Members' events programmes. I am currently studying with the Open City Golden Key Academy, to further my learning and experience as an architecture and city guide.
In 2013, I completed the MA in Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London. Research interests include the role of the image in architecture, urban regeneration and housing. I interview photographers for the Centre for Urban and Community Research podcast, Street Signs and host monthly meetings of the Crossing Lines group of London Independent Photography.
Until 2012, I worked with the Olympic Delivery Authority managing the filming and photography of the London 2012 Olympic Park and before that extensively across communications and media production, having started my career as a studio manager and producer at BBC Radio.