My shot of Team WyndyMilla storming the 2019 Thundercrit at Lea Valley Velopark was used by the high-end cycle brand for online marketing, and took centre stage in its summer 2019 installation at ASSOS of Switzerland's flagship store on Regent Street, London.
My MA photography of Lucy Orta's Processions project continues to have a life alongside the banners themselves. It appears on the artist's Studio Orta website, and was used in exhibition ephemera produced by the IKON gallery, Birmingham, in 2018 and the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea in 2019. The HMP Holloway image is used in Google Arts & Culture's profile of Historic England curator Tamsin Silvey.
I joined a small team of LCF postgraduate students collaborating with trend prediction agency Colour Hive to produce a 10-page section on trends for the under-25s. I wrote and illustrated an article on the resurgence of postmodern architecture, titled 'Less is a bore'. This was published in Issue 53 of Colour Hive's MIX magazine.