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TATE Britain I Life between islands Caribbean-British art 1950s – now

24 February 2022

This exhibition explores the work of artists from the Caribbean who made their home in Britain, alongside other British artists whose work has been influenced and inspired by Caribbean themes and heritage. It features a selection of images from ‘Autoportrait’ on show in Michael McMillan’s front room with the complete work being available as a limited edition poster …


The Sweetest Thing I Commissioned new work now on show at RAMM in Exeter

2 February 2022

2019 I was commissioned by the Royal Albert Memorial Museum to make a piece of work in response to their collection and the major exhibition looking at Devon’s links to the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Originally planned as part of a season of ‘Untold Stories’, this exhibition was inevitably delayed due to Covid. On what was …



27 January 2022

In the summer of 2021 in between a range of lockdowns, I had the great privilege of photographing three Holocaust survivors with their families focusing on the legacy of the generation. Their stories and responses of the families to this commission are inspirational and will stay with me forever. This work which opened at the …



24 September 2021

A talk at the National Gallery, London – WHO WILL HEAR MY STORY, part of the Art History Festival. I am excited to share some of the inspirational stories that are behind many of my works face to face.


Natural History and Visual Art from the Margins conference

I am one of the contributors for the Natural History and Visual Art from the Margins conference, hosted by the Linnaean Society. The conference seeks to show that overlooked contributions to visual natural history can provide us with inspiration for decolonising the memory of science today. In particular, panel sessions that focus on the work …


Photo London, The Photograph Which Changed My Life by Zelda Cheatle

19 September 2021

As part of Photo London, in association with the Financial Times, on 19th September 2021, I will be one of the panellists discussing life-changing encounters with a single photograph. The event relates to the new publication The Photograph Which Changed My Life by Zelda Cheatle, which includes my contribution as featured in the Financial Times. …


SEEDS OF EMPIRE: A Little Breeze show at the Danielle Arnaud Gallery

4 June 2021

SEEDS OF EMPIRE is a series of exhibition projects made in collaboration with South African composer Phillip Miller and myself. The work combines stills and moving image, drawing, text, objects, sound to create immersive installations and performances. Little or no breeze, a new collaborative piece made in association with Gary Stewart, comprises two moving image …


Autograph Commission Care I Contagion I Community – Self & Other

24 May 2021

Autograph Commission Care I Contagion I Community – Self & Other for which I made Madam Photo’.  This work is based on my encounters in and with my local park throughout lockdown.  This will be published online on 20th May. Please sign via Autograph website for further updates.    To celebrate the launch of ‘Madam …


Diversity and Inclusion in Photography Symposium

21 May 2021

On Friday 21st May I will be in conversation with Jennie Ricketts at the Diversity and Inclusion in Photography Symposium. This online symposium is curated by Ricketts,  part of the much respected Bristol Photo Festival. This Symposium provides some insight on the work and practice of different photographers, highlighting the challenges faced and how they …