Concurrence is an on-going series of portraits of the people around me. I decided to take portraits of my friends and family as a way of pinning down each person at that particular time in our lives. Living in London I have always found the cities multiculturalism reflected in my many connections with people from not only different countries but also varied economic backgrounds.

I was prompted by the UK’s controversial decision to leave the European Union and I have felt in many of those people a sense of disappointment with the country they had decided to call home, even prompting some to leave. Each image is the outcome of a private interview / conversation between the sitter and myself and is a personal rumination of the coincidental nature of friendships and acknowledgement that the circumstances that bind people together are in a constant state of flux.

Woman sitting on her bedMaya, Muswell Hill, 2016 MAn sitting on his bed Edgar, Limehouse, 2017 Man in red top sitting on his bedHector, Plaistow, 2017 Woman sitting on her bed in loungerieVeronica, Stratford, 2017 Woman in pyjamas sat on her bedVictoria, Wandsworth, 2017 Man in a hoodie sat on his bedRichard, Prettygate, 2018 Woman sat on her bed with her cuddly toysJenni, Romford, 2018