“My work’s about my relationship with photography. I use photography as a device and a coping mechanism, to reflect and evaluate on day-to-day experiences, as well as to evaluate the medium itself.

I came to my final piece of work because I was at a point of my life where I needed to make something that was physical, but also removable.

Wallpaper is something that comes and goes, whilst brick is viewed as something very fixed and permanent.

Making this contradiction apparent through my photography was an important part of my work.

A lot of the work I do is very personal.

I have absolutely loved my three years at AUB. Without a doubt, they have been the best years of my life -even without knowing what the future years will hold!

They have put me in such good stead and I feel so comfortable with my own work and working with other people.

I can’t express how good it’s been. I have just got a job as a creative director for a band that’s signed to Red Bull records.

I’ll be handling their whole visual aesthetic. I plan to also carry on with my own visual practice.

I’ll stay in Bournemouth, as it has a really visual community.”