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In 2020 the global outbreak of Covid put an abrupt end to my thirty-years in IT. At last I was free. Determined not to place myself in another toxic environment I signed up for a photography degree at UAL, they accepted my application and I returned to school forty years after leaving secondary education. Two terms in and I discovered that collage was more fun than straightforward photography, the words of Austin Kleon encouraged me to steal like an artist and here I am today, with not an ounce of remorse.

Today I proudly describe my work as Identity Art, focusing on the intersection of masculinity, sexuality and placement. Most of my references are drawn from memory and personal experience, but also from the systems and attitudes (both historic and present day) that play into the reductive process of othering.

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