Ongoing series since 2020
The series ‘Night Moves’ uses photographs taken across the city of London at night to tell stories about the city, whilst exploring how light functions during hours of darkness.
With photographs taken on a series of walks through the city, the project uses sequencing, darkness and illumination to engage viewers in themes such as movement, connection, housing, infrastructure and demands on space.
Sequenced together, the photographs aim to translate and communicate researched issues, whilst drawing on narrative and the imagination as a way to make sense of them.
The project is the first of two series exploring light at night in urban spaces. The second series (currently underway), extends beyond London to explore the effects of light pollution across different towns and cities, in the UK and beyond.