BTS photos from a documentary on changes in the food industry due to Covid-19 lockdown.

London 2020 ©


Hyde Park Protest

London 2020 ©


Streets of London 2020 ©

I am marching through the streets on a sunny afternoon somewhere in Highbury & Islington. I see a young couple pushing a pram about ten metres in front of me. I watch the street life, feeling that something rare is happening in the city at this very moment. The forces of nature seem to affect me more sensationally, I feel their action more intensely than ever. The monologue I hold in my head resembles a ping pong match, I try to answer the question of why I feel more sensitive to these forces just now than on any other day. Then I cough, nothing serious, just an unconditioned reflex. Immediately afterwards I see the young couple in front of me turn abruptly, look at me terrified, then whisper to each other “let’s cross the street”. At that moment I realise that it is not only my senses that have been put to the test by the forces of nature.

My day today is not so different from any other. I march through the streets of London with my camera hunting for people to capture their faces, to freeze this distorted moment in the history of human behaviour, to observe and analyse how we adapt to the reality of living in the uninvited neighbourhood of a pandemic. Despite the fact that I live in very uncertain times, I enjoy the city more than ever. Some may say that the atmosphere is bleak, but I feel a priceless peace and tranquillity. However, I am aware that deep under the skin there is a powerful emotional charge that defines our mental health, a question about tomorrow. I see you, I focus on today, I warp you in my photo, I do this on purpose because the moment I am experiencing is as warped as the mask you hold over your face.


As part of a Conceptual Short Film

London 2019 ©

Back to the roots of Inherent value or power to an object that is supernatural human-made so current today as it’s been in Dark Ages.
The short film highlights the distorted image of the human body solely as a physical object of desire.


London 2019 ©


Anti Homophobia & Xenophobia Non-Profit Video Public Campaign

London 2017 ©