Exhibition: Somers Town Photo. Showcased a series of 75+ photos captured in Somers Town with the local community. All of the images were captured using pinhole cameras made from upcycled beer cans at workshops in the local area including Chalton Street Market, Somers Town Festival, Story Garden and The Cock Tavern. Supported by The Mayor of London’s Culture Seeds.

Exhibition: Somers Town Photo, London

Image: We were delighted to present our participants with their photos from our project in Somers Town.

Exhibition: Pinhole London interactive exhibition at The Mall, Wood Green, London. Final exhibition for Pinhole London’s ACE project grant. A community art project showcasing a series of pinhole photos, captured during pop-up workshops in and around Wood Green by local residents.

Image: We were delighted to present our participants with their photos from our project in Wood Green.

Exhibition: Pinhole London interactive exhibition at The Mall, Wood Green, London. For the interactive element, the negative images can be inverted into positive using a smartphone.

Exhibition: #WashYourBeerCan collaborative exhibition with Surveyor 1 in Béziers, France. The exhibition in this public space was the culmination of all the images from the project titled ‘Wash Your Beer Can’, a special series of remote workshops delivered during the 1st lockdown 2020.

Event: Pop-up pinhole photographic studio at Authentic Villa Holidays for Myddleton Road Christmas Market 2019, Bowes Park, London.

Event: Beercanography stand at Myddleton Road Market, Bowes Park, London. November 2019

Workshop: Analogue photography workshops with students at Fortismere School, London.

Event: Portraits taken with locals and passers-by at The Somers Town Festival, London, 2019.

Workshop: Build and develop a pinhole photo with Performing Production, Somers Town, London.

Situated work - Digitally enlarged prints, Place Saint-Cyr, Béziers, France. Collaboration with Collectif Nabucho.

Event: Grand Nabucho N° 5 with Antony Ward, Collectif Nabucho, Béziers, France, 2019. All of the portraits were exposed and developed in the Caravane Caméra Obscura.

Workshop: Sténopé Béziers 2 & Caravane Caméra Obscura whilst Artist-in-Residence with Collectif Nabucho.

Publication: Nouveau quartier, Chouchoux 6th edition, 700 copies, Collectif Nabucho. Nine pinhole photographs, produced in a beer can, gelatin silver prints.