Since early 2017 I’ve been a contributing at Dazed and Confused as a freelance journalist and photographer. I’ve written numerous news articles covering fashion, popular culture and politics, with accompanying photography.
In July, 2017 Dazed and Confused Magazine asked me to cover the Ku Klux Klan rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The report included photographs, interviews with Klansmen and bystanders, and a 1000 word article.
In the spring of 2016 I assisted the production of a video promoting The Dry/Clean Initiative.
A partnership between advertising agency Leo Burnett and charity Action Addiciton, The Dry/Clean initiative aims to take unclaimed clothes left in dry cleaners and distribute them to recovering addicts around the UK; the goal to improve employment prospects, making the recovering addicts more presentable in job interviews.
My role on this production was to create a shot list, assist camera, scout locations, direct casting and edit the footage.
In 2017 and 2018 I worked as lead assistant editor on true crime series ‘Someone You thought You Knew’, which will broadcast on Discovery ID August 2nd.
Tasks included managing and transcoding all media and organising the project for senior editors within Avid Media Composer. I also created the rough cut of all episodes and assisted editors with fine cuts.
Subjects were high profile US Homicide cases, such as Brenda Andrew, the only female on death row in Oklahoma.
For Mundial Magazine Issue 8 I was asked to photograph Juventus, AC Milan and Italian legend Andrea Pirlo at The Highline Hotel, New York.
As well as photographing the football icon and editing the pictures, I also scouted locations for the job.
In the summer of 2017 I was asked by Adidas to photograph the Juventus Football team’s kit release in New York. The assignment included portraits of players in their new 2017/18 attire, focusing upon Muralem Pjanic and Stefano Sturaro. The shoot also involved product shots.