Group Exhibitions


2013. Engines of War. Gasser and Grunert New York.  Co-curated by Charles Dee Mitchell and Cynthia Mulcahy. Lisa Barnard, David Cotterrell, Jamel Shabazz, Benjamin Lowy, Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, Eugene Richards, Anthony Suau, Christopher Morris, Teun Voeten and Heather Ainsworth.

2011. XXI: Conflicts in a New Century. Oak Cliff Cultural Center, Dallas. Co-curated by Charles Dee Mitchell and Cynthia Mulcahy with images by Stephanie Sinclair, James Nachtwey, Chris Anderson, Jamel Shabazz, Eugene Richards, Christopher Morris, Lori Grinker, Rania Matar and Oak Cliff-based independent photographers Kael Alford and Thorne Anderson; British photographers Lisa Barnard, Tim Hetherington and Gary Knight; Middle East photojournalist Natan Dvir; and African photographers Akintunde Akinleye (Nigeria), Guy Tillim (South Africa) and Fatagoma Silue (Ivory Coast).

2011. Collateral Damage. International Festival of Journalism, Sala Cerp of the Rocca Paolina, Perugia.

2011. Collateral Damage. LOOK2011 photography festival in Liverpool. Curated by Paul Lowe and Harry Hardie with images by Simon Norfolk, Tim Hetherington, Zijah Gafic, Paul Lowe, Edmund Clark, Ashley Gilbertson, Brett Van Ort, Mishka Henner, Adam Broomberg and Olivier Chanarin.

2011. Maggie. Photo50 London Art Fair.  Curated by Celia Davis for Photoworks with David Spero.

2010. Bringing the War Home. Impressions Gallery. Curated by Pippa Oldfield with Peter van Agtmael, Sama Alshaibi, Frahad Ahrania, Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, Edmund Clark, Kay May, Asef Ali Mohammad and Christopher Sims.

2008. Once Upon a Moment in Time. Grand Parade University Brighton. Photography and video education project with Annis Jocelyn, commissioned by Creative Partnerships and Brighton Photo Biennale.

2007. Theatres of War. Schindler Factory, Krakow, Poland. Curated by Mark Power with Luc Delahaye, Geert van Kesteren, Chris Stewart and Donovan Wylie.

2007. Looking for JJ Unicorn Theatre. Funded by Aldgate and Allhallows Barking


2005. Brighton University Degree Show. Bargehouse, OXO Tower, London.

2003 Part of the Touring Exhibition for Visions of Science.