I've designed and led a variety of workshops in photography and video and I love working with people of all ages and backgrounds, helping them to generate work in a supportive and creative environment. Below are a selection of examples. For information about upcoming workshops click here


Framework: A Workshop for Photographers & Performers - The Photographers' Gallery November 2018

This workshop took inspiration from the current exhibition exploring 4 Saints in 3 Acts, the opera that defied traditional form and content, radically negotiating the intersection of white and black, queer and straight, avant-garde and mainstream subcultures. Designed and led with Luke Dixon, the sessions looked at ways of photographing performance, the different ways of performing for the camera, the relationship between photographer and performer, and the construction of identity - both sides of the lens.



The Female Gaze: Photographic Practices (8 week course) - V&A October - December 2017

An eight week course exploring women's contribution to photography from Julia Margaret Cameron to the present day with access to the V&A print room. Participants worked on a specific project and produced a print of their work.

Photography, Storytelling & Myth - Conway Hall December 2017 & April 2018

In collaboration with designer-maker Imogen Di Sapia, this workshop explored the use of storytelling as a way of generating imagery and providing material and inspiration for portraits and still life photography.



Portrait Photography : Theory, Process, Practice - Conway Hall Feb/March 2017

A two-day workshop devised and led by myself and Lorna Robertson, exploring portraiture from a variety of practical and theoretical perspectives.


Seeing Ourselves - Wellcome Collection 27th July 2016 & 7th July 2017

A drop-in event for visitors to explore self-portraiture through drawing and photography.


Producing the Self - Tate Britain 18th & 25th June 2016

A workshop open to the public that explores how photography can help develop an understanding of the self.

Inspired by the BP Spotlight: Jo Spence display at Tate Britain, participants use their own cameras or camera-phones to  be both photographer and subject, exploring the dynamics of the photo shoot, producing the self and learning to see with care.

For more information see the workshop link here

Antiuniversity Now Festival (22/11/15) - Portrait Photography Fast and Slow

We're taking more pictures than ever before but how are we taking them? This is an exploration of how we create photographs, from directing a sitter, to raising the selfie-stick. What are the dynamics that we establish and how does it feel? What is the point of a professional photo shoot? Is photography dead or are we all photographers?*
This is a playful, group-based session with two sections and a break in the middle. Do bring a camera but as it's rather experimental, you can probably do this workshop without one.

The Midnight Run 2015 - Site Specific Smartphone Portraiture

I was selected to be an artist for The Midnight Run in July 2015. I ran a short workshop where people were asked to partner up and engage intimately with the architecture in a small mews near Shepherd's Bush.


NCS The Challenge

I facilitated Photography, Media and Art workshops for The Challenge during the summer and other holidays. I teach a three day programme to 15-17 year olds culminating in a showcase. For the first two days I take the young people to a community group where they can share the skills that they have learnt with people from various social backgrounds. Over the summer I have worked in Dementia Care homes, Drug and Alcohol rehabilitation centres, Residential care homes for people with disabilities, Refugee Advocacy Charities and youth projects. I'm unable to post images or video but here is a piece of inspiration that one of the group who had autism wrote for refugees that have recently arrived in the UK

The NCS The Challenge website is here