Me, My Family, and I

London College of Communication


When asked to describe oneself, where better is there to start than with family?

This project consists of a series of eighteen possession portraits of me and my parents. The series obscures our faces and uses physical ambiguity to force the viewer into using symbols of our lives to place, identify and relate to each subject.

The overall lack of physical presence in the series places great meaning on what remains – the subject’s grip or stance is examined in much greater depth than in traditional portraits. These usually imperceptible details are thrust into the forefront of the viewers mind, telling a story of identity usually beond their scope.


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I am a London-based photojournalist and documentary photographer.

My work deals with themes of privacy and accountability on some days, and just plain interesting stories on others.