Faith In The City
'The Narrow Way' Elephant & Castle, 2012
'Die Alone' East Street, 2012
'You Are Soul' Peckham, 2011
'Psalms 23:4' Heygate, 2011
'Now & Here/2 Corinthians 6:8-10' Elephant & Castle, 2011
'The Sad Countenance/Ecclesiastes 7:3' East Street, 2011
MICA GALLERY - My Place On The Isle: Exploring Faith & IdentityBest Emerging British Artist (nomination) - Shortlisted photosSotheby’s | Encouraging Creativity: Mica Gallery Awards Emerging Artists of our time http://www.sothebys.com/en/news-video/blogs/all-blogs/Cultural-Crossroads/2012/07/mica-gallery-awards-emerging-artist.html — at MICA Gala Awards Dinner at The Saatchi Gallery // Mica Gallery Private View http://tinyurl.com/9moefs9
"Today, hair is more than just a symbol: it is big business. From India to Peru, the human hair trade has spread across the globe, and it has the UK in its grasp. Last year HM Revenue and Customs recorded more than £38m worth of hair (human, with some mixed human and animal) entering the country, making the UK the third biggest importer of human hair in the world.” http://gu.com/p/3bdb2
Let Me Out
Photographs from Poets & Prophets VOL 1 ‘Soul Complex’, series exploring photography and spirituality.
Kemet In Paris
"Kemet" The ancient name of the region now called Egypt, which means "black land".
The Rye Lane Boycott
The Rye Lane Boycott - Clip Preview [CANCELLED PRODUCTION]
NOTE: Sad to say I had to stop the production of the documentary ‘The Rye Lane Boycott’, funding, time restrictions and other creative responsibilities unfortunately lead me to end the films development.
Southwark Council published statement Published 5 November 2013http://www.southwark.gov.uk/news/article/1451/rat-infested_peckham_butcher_closed_down_by_councils_environmental_health_team
Ven a Cuba
The Victoria & Albert Museum - A Tale of Indenture with Ron Ramdin
Indian Arrival Day Friday 24 May In commemoration of Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago’s Indian Arrival Day Anniversaries, the V&A explore the often untold narratives of indenture and mass migration from the Indian subcontinent to the Caribbean, East/South Africa and the Pacific. An insightful, challenging and at times heated discussion held in seminar 1 at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Historian, biographer and novelist Ron Ramdin unearths the plight of the 1,194,957 indentured labourers who, during colonial rule in the 19th century, left their home in India to escape poverty and famine. The dream was hope and prosperity, and that one day they would return to the families they had left behind, but for most this was a dream unfulfilled.
Tales of Leviathan
Noirs In Paris