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       It's really quite simple...

Essentially my practice concerns itself with issues around identity, masculinity and placement; in short, what it means to be a black man today.

I draw reference from memory, experiences and my dreams; but also from the many historic and present day channels of influence that impact the way black and brown men are received.

My work embraces digital and analogue collage; a marriage of original and borrowed photography, found imagery, typography, wallpaper, textiles and paint.

about

exhibitions:

BA Photography Work In Progress (group)
Copeland Gallery, London.
March 2022
Lacuna (group)
Burgh House, London.
June 2021
collaborations:
Unspoken
Mental health based University project in collaboration with students Stela Csizmazia and Liv Dawes.
January 2022
New Waves
Conversation with artists Ope Lori and Othello De’Souza-Hartley. Hosted by students George Dyer and Mars Obonyo.
October 2021
Toilet Talks!
George Dyer joins Kairo Kay to discuss all things post-production, university and tips for up and coming photographers.
June 2021
Rebirth Editorial
HUF Magazine.
June 2018

Assignments:

Crystal Palace Festival
Event Photographer
June 2018 / June 2019 / August 2020
Pride in London
Event Photographer
July 2018 / July 2019
more:
diary of a photoholic (blog)

shootparty

essential viewing

terms

Work In Progress Invite
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