I am a Swiss photographer and print designer currently based in Winterthur, Switzerland.

My practical work revolves around contextualising the human relationship with nature and how a place can be shaped over time. Making use of documentary photography elements in order to create narratives of a larger, more complex subject, I am a former student of the University of the Arts in Zurich, yet graduated from the University of South Wales from the Documentary Photography course in Newport. Studying abroad has enabled me to have a discoursive cultural, environmental and linguistic exchange.

I previously showcased my works in Switzerland at the Coalmine: Forum für Dokumentar Fotografie in Winterthur; in Wales at the Penrallt Gallery, Machynlleth, at the Millennium Centre, Cardiff and at Elysium Gallery, Swansea; and in England at St. Katherine Docks and the Sunbury House, London.

Painting by Jane Burnham, Exhibition Haverfordwest, Wales 2017


Exhibitions and Publications

2018

Wenn die Luft plötzlich aus, Wild Within Exhibition, Sunbury House, London


2017

Artist Residency, La Wayaka Current, Atacama Desert, Chile

The Black Crows of Borth, Book collected by National Library of Wales, Image Section

The Black Crows of Borth, Oriel Queenshall Gallery, Narbeth, Pembrokeshire, Wales

The Black Crows of Borth, Interview, Fotoroom.co


2016

The Black Crows of Borth, Solo exhibition, elysiumgallery, Swansea 

The Black Crows of Borth, St. Katherine Docks, London, A Nautical Perspective – A Contemporary Sculpture and Art Exhibition

The Black Crows of Borth, elysiumgallery, Swansea, Winner of the international Espy Photography Award 2016

The Black Crows of Borth, Double Panorama Page in the Western Mail, Wales

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2015

The Black Crows of Borth, Millennium Centre, Cardiff, Graduate 2016

The Black Crows of Borth, West Wharf Gallery, Cardiff, INDEX – Graduation Show

The Black Crows of Borth, BBC online

The Black Crows of Borth, A Fine Beginning, Blog entry


2014

Aderyn Rhydd, Solo exhibition, Penrallt Gallery Bookshop

Aderyn RhyddFotofestival Bukarest