Her large-format portraits address topics such as gender and sexuality in the LGBT community. She began documenting the queer community in 2004, hoping to redefine the narrative of sexuality within relationships in the community. She is currently working on an eight-year-long photography project called the Embodiment Project which focuses on her photography along with personal statements regarding her work.
- Embodiment, 2004
- Queer Brighton
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