Exhibitions, Lectures
& Broadcasts



2021: Seaside: Photographed John Hansard Gallery, Southampton

2021: Seaside: Photographed Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool

2021: Seaside: Photographed Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall

2019: The Voice of the Veteran as Researcher [symposium] Kings College, London

2019: My global photojournalism career [lecture] Kings College, London

2019: London College of Communication [MA, MFA & BA Photography] lecture

2019: Falkland/Malvinas Conference [symposium] Keele University, Stoke on Trent

2019: Seaside: Photographed [group exhibition] Turner Contemporary, Margate

2018: Associate lecturer at London College of Communication

2018: University of Westminster [MA, MFA, BA Photography] lecture

2018: Photomemory Symposium, Sussex University

2018: Spaces of War, War of Spaces Media War and Conflict [Journal 10] Anniversary conference, Accademia Europea Di Firenze, Florence, Italy

2018: Squaddies On The Front Line BBC1 Northern Ireland (contributor for hour-long documentary), later screened on BBC4 in 2019

2017: Auto-ethnography [symposium] University of Sussex

2016: Northbrigde PhD conference, Gateshead Newcastle

2015: War Through the Lenses of Soldiers & Civilians University of Sussex

2014: Closer: Sussex Coast College Hastings.

2013: Former paratrooper’s photo book on illegal Brighton raves BBC South East Today

2013:  Hummingbird special advisor to Jason Statham

2013: Pigs’ Disco Bâtiment d'Art Contemporain, Geneva

2013: BBC Radio 4 Midweek With Libby Purves

2013: Closer Birmingham MAC / Lessons in Geography, UK

2013: Closer London College of Communication / PARC’s War & Conflict Research Hub

2011: Of-Duties Third Floor Gallery Cardiff

2010: CLOSER (curated by Val Williams) Brighton Photo Fringe Biennial, Phoenix Gallery, Brighton

2010: Hearts & Minds BBC Northern Ireland

2010: Route Irish special advisor – Sixteen Films

2010: Soldier turned photographer Inside Out, BBC1 London

2010: Isolation The Roundhouse, London

2010: Isolation The Barbican, London

2009: Isolation premiere Edinburgh Film Festival – directed by Luke Seomore & Joseph Bull (Institute For Eyes)

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