Natural Beauty is a project that questions why men and women living within modern society use makeup to accentuate their physical appearance. By applying a range of beauty enhancing treatments to plants, organisms that are globally renowned for their flawless natural beauty, the project challenges the viewer’s perception of the topic, subsequently pushing them to consider the motivations behind the aesthetic enhancement of our natural physical form.

Prints have been sold to Beauty Emporiums throughout Lancashire.

Re-Prints Available for marketing cosmetic products and procedures.  




Distorted Perspectives is a project comprised of a body of surrealist portraits inspired by William Eggleston’s quote “I’m at war with the obvious”. Working as a typology, the images explore the various ways people are moulded and shaped by the influences of our modern society, reviewing how those entrapped by its temptations are often subjected to life that only provides temporary happiness.