This page shows what I've been up to (in first person - hello!) as 'News' as well as snippets of new work I'm making (or working through) ---> 
I was invited by East Bristol Contemporary's Day School to deliver an Education Day in May. 
The day explored the use of step-by-step photography in 'How To' books and invited the cohort to create their own 'Pair Cards' inspired by their practices and the imagery in the books. We ended the day following games 'Knots', 'Catch the Dragons Tail' and 'Red Handed' from the 'New Games' Books. 
---> Pictured above, images of us playing the games overlaid on book spreads 
Excited to be working with the histories of Saddlescombe Farm on the South Downs as part of Little Green Pig's Creative Heritage Project Unearthing Stories. 
Launch event on Saturday 8th of June at Saddlescombe Farm. 
I put together a resource for The Photographers Gallery, inviting artists to respond to VALIE EXPORT'S work Body Confirgurations in the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2024. View it here. 
I'm currently working on a series of workshops with Camden Art Centre at Maria Fidelis School, titled 'A Gap in the Fence' the programme explores the pupils inner and outer worlds. Inspired by a drawing made during the first workshop a constellation of references and artworks will form a physical record of the project in the shape of a spider's web.
The programme will conclude with the co-creation of an artwork at Camden Art Centre. 
Images included in Valentine Editions' most recent publication HANDS, more info here
Really looking forward to beginning Peer Matters next year, an artist development programme Im facilitating alongside Margot Thomas and Ezra Evans, supported by Photoworks.
This offering will be informed by my own experience setting up (w/ Margot and Ezra) and facilitating parts of Re Structure Photo taking part in other peer-to-peer/ collaborative working opportunities.
Peer Matters will intertwine traditional crit group frameworks alongside experimentation with collaborative methods of exchange and learning. As the sessions progress and we all get to know each other (and what we need / would benefit from/ where touch points to other networks could be opened) we will also invite creative practitioners working in areas of interest to participate in some sessions.
Access support is available throughout, *all further info on this / dates / how to apply to be part of it* and who to go to with questions here.

Images from Let's Sketch the Lay of the Land will be included in Surface Editions' new publication Reconstruct.  
Above - WIP November 2023. Nods to shapes found on leaves and trees. 
Experiments in Collecting and Image Climbing Frame outcomes were displayed in Conway Court, Hove as part of IN THIS PLACE commissioned by Corridor Projects. More information on the display and project here. 
Open Eye Gallery recently interviewed me on my practice, facilitation work, and The Importance of Things Zine I made for the Photoworks LGBTQ+ Photography Club. Read it here.
The Natural, Rural, and Remote has been featured in WUL Magazine available to read here
The Natural, Rural, and Remote is now open at Serchia Gallery by appointment until 02.09.23. Accompanying exhibition text leylines written by Ricardo Reverón Blanco is available to read here.
Opening times, gallery info, etc, and special edition print information here 
Image 3,4 and 5 by Will Moss
As part of my Artist Residency at Serchia Gallery, I'll be showing work from The Natural, Rural, and Remote alongside Feiyi Wen's Through the Mouth of the River. Opening reception on Saturday the 22nd July between 5 - 9 pm.  
More info here. 
The Importance of Things* 
The Spring 2023 Photoworks Worthing LGBTQ+ Photography Club culminated in a risograph zine designed by me and printed by Pagemasters.
More information here. 
Really looking forward to leading a Workshop as part of the Henry Moore Studios and Gardens summer series celebrating the theme of Vitality: The Human Landscapes of Henry Moore. 
Titled Collecting/Choreography join me to think about the choreography of objects, collecting forms, shapes, and movements around the Henry Moore Gardens!
More info here. 
Miniclick Bristol have invited me to talk about my practice and facilitation work at the Royal Photographic Society at Paintworks, Bristol on June 1st - more info here
Playing, Interacting, and Exploring with Leap Then Look, Eva Jonas, and Downs View Link.
 As part of my residency at Towner Gallery, I facilitated a workshop for Down View, read more here. 
I will be running two more Creative Summer Family Workshops with Sea of Grass Studio at the Dartington Trust in August:
Monday 21st August Summer Wildlife Mobiles. Create your own mobile, inspired by the wildlife that lives on the Dartington estate.
Tuesday 22nd August. Make and decorate a kite using natural materials, with Sea of Grass Studio.
More info here. 
I will be running four Creative Spring Family and Young Peoples Workshops at the Dartington Trust in April 2023 with Sea of Grass Studio. 
Workshop details are outlined below: 
Mobile-making from Natural Materials on Thursday 13th of April. Create your own mobile, inspired by the wildlife that lives on the Dartington estate. 
Making paper birds on Friday 14th of April. Craft your own bird that moves and pecks, inspired by the creatures that live on the Dartington estate. 
Anthotypes on Saturday 15th of April. Anthotype making workshop using colours from dried seasonal plants found on the Dartington Estate. 
Kite-Making on Sunday 16th of April. Make and decorate a kite using natural materials, with Sea of Grass Studio.
More information or to sign up, head to the Dartington Trust website here. 
Play, Interact, Explore opens on Friday 10th February between 7 - 8:30 pm. 
I will be in residence at Play, Interact, Explore at Towner Gallery from 1st - 5th March and running a workshop for Downsview School on Friday 3rd March. 
Image by Hugh Fox  / More info here.
From the 23rd - 27th of January, I will be in residence at Bromley High School, working with groups of students on workshops related to ideas around Sanctuary.  See here for more information. 
I'll be part of:
ROCK. A Newspaper of Rocks. A collaborative photographic case study of stone and earth. 
An annual publication revealing how humans can each see and perceive the same subject differently; uniquely.⁠ Published by Valentine Editions, an independent publishing platform for case studies on photography and promoting the creative explorations of visionary humans. 
Forty pages of photographic works from 30 international artists.
Pre-order it here 
Thank you to Rodrigo Orrantia (Exhibitions Manager at RIBA) for including me in his Photofringe trail  'All the World's a Stage'
Find it here.
Lunchtime Sensory Walk: Thoughts and 'leanings' on Keith Vaughn's Standing Figure
Thursday 10th November
1:30pm

As part of Towner Galleries Cruising the collection exhibition that I helped put together, through curation and discussion with 7 others, on until 4th December.

Join me for a 20-minute sensory and movement-based walk through the exhibition space.
I will chat through movements found within Keith Vaughn’s Standing Figure and will discuss my relationship with the painting through a list of terms that relate to the body and the way it's painted.

Meet inside Gallery 1 on the first floor.
Drop in, free event for all.
More info here
A peer-to-peer photography group I co-founded is having an exhibition of the 12 members' work at the old peacocks building in Newhaven as part of the Brighton Photo Fringe. 
Follow our Instagram here to find out about our upcoming public programme consisting of talks and workshops.
From October through to February I'll be working with Leap then Look as 1 of 4 Associate Artists on their arts council-funded project PLAY, INTERACT, EXPLORE. 
PIE is a 9-month Arts Council-funded project which will culminate in an exhibition and series of events at Towner Eastbourne in February 2023. For the exhibition, interactive artworks will be developed through creative and collaborative workshops with 4 community groups in Eastbourne and Brighton.
Slides from a talk for the University of Brighton's Ba Hons 3rd Year Photography Students, discussing my practice, working as a facilitator, and commissions my project UnderExposed has received. 
Cruising the Collection a Community Queer Curation project I am part of is open from July - December at Towner Gallery, Eastbourne. 
Instagram takeover with Photoworks between June 20 - 27th. 

UnderExposed a project I co-founded will be running a workshop on Saturday 7th May as part of the second iteration of Terms of Engagement - a course run by The Photographers Gallery and LCC.
 This course examines past and recent opportunities and strategies related to curating exhibitions of contemporary photography and art, in particular through co-authored and participatory approaches.
More information here. 
Outcomes from workshops I ran with The Hummingbird Project will be part of /taken inspiration from in a short film 'How Moth The Night is' by Thomas Buckley which will be shown on Thursday 21st April as part of Third Thursdays.
'How Moth the Night Is explores our connection to nature and the landscape through the lens of memory and remembering.'
I'll be leading a workshop 'You Spoke in Colours' at Brighton CCA on 30th April as part of The Work We Share programme with Cinenova. 
On Wednesday 23rd March I was asked to come in to the University of Brighton as Visiting speaker to discuss peer to peer learning and collective working within (re)structure a Brighton based crit group, I co-founded in March 2021
Super excited to have been awarded a bursary through a-n Artists Bursaries 2021: Time, Space, Money.
I am setting out to make new work (which can be seen in progress under Selected Works> The Natural, Rural and Remote).
I will be using the funding for travel, materials and mentorship. ​​​​​​​
 In Summer 2021 I took part in a podcast project at Towner Gallery, Eastbourne - responding to and exploring the Towner Collection through an intuitive, queer lens. 
Critical Pulse a co-commission by the University of Sussex, Photoworks, and ACCA opened on Tuesday 9th November. More information here
To skim a stone a photographic exhibition featuring works by Anne Erhard, Cameron Williamson and Eva Louisa Jonas is open through July and August at Serchia Gallery, Bristol. 
Single Surface opening at Offshoot Gallery Saturday 5th June 5 - 8:30pm. 
Event and exhibition info here. 
UnderExposed a Brighton based project I co-founded was commissioned by University of Sussex and Photoworks in May 2021 to explore the working conditions of cultural workers through a mass participatory project . More info here
Interview with Ezra Evans for Sketching a Succession as part of Photo Fringe 2020 
Featured in PAPER 02 
A Newspaper of Paper. A photographic case study of the material which makes a photograph an object; a memory tangible. These photographs of paper, reveal how humans can see and perceive the same subject differently; uniquely. Over 40 pages of photographic works from 35 international artists. Published May 2021 by Valentine Editions. Available to buy here
Taking over Spectrum Instagram 22-26 March 2021. 
Interviewed by Tom Skinner about Let's Sketch the Lay of the Land up on Unveil'd now. 
Spreads from my new book Let's Sketch the Lay of the Land published November 2020. Available to order here from September Books.
Featured Image in Splash & Grab Issue 05 - The Overlooked Looked Over 
Upcoming book ------> 'Let's Sketch the Lay of the Land' with Parisian based Publisher September Books
Pre Order starts end of October 
Sketching a Succession is a group show touching upon the making of simultaneous realities that exist in photographs. Drawing together the works of Anne Erhard, Cameron Williamson and Eva Louisa Jonas this exhibition maps their shared interest in cyclical rhythms. The exhibition aims to grant new perspectives on the place of these artists within structures of order and chance.
Through gathered images, pairings and test prints, their findings are visualized. A fluid sense of movement underpins this view of the world, where bodies in a landscape seem to shift in time with the seasons. Forms are at rest or manipulated, crashing seas lie below weathered structures, grass dries slowly in the shadows of trees.
These slow observations allude to the importance of attention, of elevating to visibility what has long lain dormant - histories, unfolding as something at once personal and universal.
IRL and URL:
As part of Brighton Photo Fringe 2020. See Install shots here
www.2020.photofringe.org/exhibitions/sketching-a-succession
Taking part in group show >Keep Your Eyes Peeled< at AFF Galerie, Berlin. September 2020 
 'Between Space' shortlisted for Les Ondes Ephémères, Le Bal Books, Paris. August 2020
Upcoming show Single Surface with Callum Beaney, Eugenie Shinkle, Koji Katagawa at Offshoot Art Space April 9th-18th. (NOW POSTPONED). 
My Work is featured in the Lansdown Sweet Shop Windows, Lewes. September 20th - October 2019. More information to follow. 
My book is selected for PhotoBook Show in Lithuania as part of International Photography Symposium. 9-15th September 2019. 
Selected for Photograd Instagram Takeover as part of 2019 Graduate Selections. 
Received funding from Little Barn and Positive Light Projects to attend Dartmoor Summer School of Photography. August 2019
In conversation with Polly Palmerini, Sarah Flynn and Monica Aguilar Villamarin on Women in Photo Instagram. July 2019
 Selected for After School Collective Strategies, a workshop with Hal Silver and Exhibition in Autumn by Pic London.  @pic.london
I will be exhibiting at Free Range Photography Graduate Week 1 at the Truman Brewery 19th to 25th of June with @thissideoftheblue19 - Follow us on Instagram. 
Exhibition at Onca Gallery 27th February - 3rd March.
In conversation with Sonja Thomsen at Women in Photo Instagram.