And The Waters Increased is a photography project comprising four stories that examine aspects of the Climate Crisis. It can be viewed online at

The talk explains why I decided to create this work, the thinking behind it and why this subject is important. It can be presented online over Zoom or a similar video application, or “in-person” in front of a group.

About me:

An activist photographer with an interest in environmental and social justice.

My coverage of environmental protests regularly appears in the media.

Short-listed for Earth Photo 2021.

MA Photography from Falmouth University.

Associate of the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS)

The Talk:

Duration around 50 minutes + Q&A session.

The online presentation can be made over Zoom.

The “in person” delivery is ideally made in an indoor space as the presentation is either projected or displayed on a TV screen. An electrical supply is required. I will bring all display equipment, I do not have public address/voice amplification facilities.


I am a photographer and environmental activist talking about my photographic practice and my engagement with the environmental movement. The talk would be suitable for photographic clubs and societies, environmental groups, groups committed to social and environmental justice, progressive political groups and groups interested in the climate crisis, art and current affairs.


I am based in West Sussex, UK and happy to travel across the South East, London and home counties.


07779 844181