I am a final year photographic student with the Open College of Arts. I am also a GP working in the northeast of England.

My work investigates injustices in health and social care and my experiences of being a doctor. Previously I have examined doctor stress, abuse, substance misuse recovery, ‘hero’ doctors, the ‘Junior Doctor’s dispute’, NHS whistleblowers, and aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

I am an experienced primary care and qualitative researcher. Participation with peers, patients and others is a feature of my photographic practice. My work can be documentary, experimental or conceptual, depending on what I have to say. I want it to make a difference to how we view health and social care. Sometimes that means shining a light into dark and unexplored corners.

You can see more on my website.

‘The distressed doctor: A loss of innocence,’ 2018

COPYRIGHT: My images are copyrighted within the framework of the CDPA.

The copyright of images that are not mine appear under Sections 29 and 30 of the CDPA. This permits “fair dealing” of copyright works for, amongst other things research/private study and criticism or review…whereby the use of the image is for the purposes of giving or receiving educational instructions, for a non-commercial purpose with a sufficient acknowledgement, unless this is not possible.

If you feel that my acknowledgement of your work is insufficient, or there is another problem with an image on this site, let me know and I will address it.