Posts tagged ‘News’

June 10, 2013

Rampage Installation | Never Seeing Nothing

My installation at Never Seeing Nothing exhibition last month at Nursery Gallery, London [thanks to Christina Vazou for the first image].  You can view the installation showreel here.

May 4, 2013

Never Seeing Nothing (13-18 May)


I will be showing my project Rampage in Never Seeing Nothing, part of the Moose on the Loose Biennale of Research organised by UAL Photography and Archive Research Centre (PARC).

Private view: 15th May, 2013 – 6-9pm

For more details please visit: |

July 6, 2012

BIG DANCE | Still Moving Exhibition | 7 – 15 July 2012

This image which I took during the Still Moving project at Siobhan Davies Dance, will be in an exhibition of dance photography at City Hall cafe throughout Big Dance week, 7-15 July.

Admission FREE.

City Hall
The Queen’s Walk
London SE1 2AA


Mon- Thurs 8.30am – 6pm  |  Fri 8.30am- 5.30pm

June 6, 2012

Exhibition @ Oh! Oxford House

Irreversible Materiality is a collaboration between photographer Tracey Fahy and the Senior Dancers (age 60+) at Green Candle Dance Company based in Bethnal Green, London. Founded in 1987, by Fergus Early, with a brief to bring dance; as practice and performance to as wide a cross-section of the community as possible.

Combining hip-hop dance, photography and sound (influenced by Japanese avant-garde culture of the late 1960s – in particular Butoh dance, which was often performed by older dancers) to create a unique sonic visual language.

August 14, 2011

Website Update!

I’ve added a few more projects to my website here.

March 16, 2011

Help Japan

From now on, all profits from my book will go to the Japanese Red Cross.

Click here to buy.

February 26, 2011

Face of 40

I’m still looking for 40 year olds to take part in a photo project I am doing.  If you are interested please get in touch and I would be grateful if you would spread the word to all your 40 yr old friends and family.  Thanks 🙂

February 1, 2011

What is England?

The final category ‘Rural’ images are now online at – just click on ‘Rural’. This is my entry for Bedfordshire.

Maulden, Bedfordshire (2010).


January 14, 2011

Welcome MAPJD

I’m happy  to announce that I have just started on the part-time MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography course (MAPJD) at London College of Communication.  Part of the course requirement is to keep a blog – you can follow my progress here (under MAPJD) along with my other news.    So to my fellow classmates, I look forward to spending the next 2 years hearing more about your work  and here’s a brief synopsis of what I do…..

I am a London based documentary photographer and photographic facilitator and have been working in the industry for the last 13 years. Prior to this I assisted photographers for about 3/4 years.  I’ve worked mainly in community settings with charities working on projects with; refugees, individuals with special needs, children/young adults with learning and behavioral difficulties, young people that have been excluded from school, teenage parents and the elderly.  I have also worked as an artist/photographer-in-residence in a number of diverse institutes and I volunteer with the Helen Bamber Foundation, a human rights organisation that helps to rebuild lives with survivors of gross human rights violations – I teach photography as part of their creative arts programme.

My current photographic work  predominately explores issues around the landscape (social, political, urban, suburban and natural environments) including relationships between people and their environment.  One project I am working on ‘LUNGS’ is an ongoing photographic study of greenspaces in urban areas and how people use these spaces.   You can read more about this project on my website under ‘greenspaces’.

My reasons for wanting to enrol on this course include; to further develop my practice and hopefully take it to another level, producing work with a much stronger narrative.  I would also like to pursue more in-depth project  work in the future and feel that having an MA will help when applying for funding plus it ‘should’ improve my theoretical/critical analysis which will also help with this.

I feel privileged to be able to participate on this course under the guidance of esteemed tutors and a supportive network of peers.  The journey begins……….

January 10, 2011

Website UPDATED!

LUNGS: London's Greenspaces - Battersea Park, 2010.

So to start the new year, I have updated my website.  You can view my new ‘greenspaces’ project and 5 new ‘fine art’ categories at