The Emotional Response

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Objectification

Treating a person, an animal, and even (under some circumstances) inanimate objects themselves, as an object or a thing with limited rights is known as objectification. There are plenty of ways in which this is achieved; treating...

About me

A behavioural scientist, psychotherapist, and anthropologist, I am a tutor in psychology and counselling at the University of Oxford, and a lecturer at TOBES, The Oxfordshire Business & Enterprise School.  My teaching focuses on coaching, business studies,...

Grit

A positive, non-cognitive, psychological trait based on an individual’s passion for a particular long-term goal, and their powerful motivation to achieve it. This “perseverance” is the driving force that allows them to overcome...

Middleport Allotments, Stoke on Trent

Towpath Portraits

A series of portraits representing the users of towpaths and footpaths adjacent to canals, rivers and similar water-courses. In the UK, a substantial proportion of drownings each year are of these users - few of whom ever intended being in...

Smoking cessation

78,000 people die each year in the UK of smoking-related diseases, let alone globally. Smoking by parents, primarily by the mother, is known to cause prenatal growth problems, and infant mortality. The cost to society is considerable. Most countries carry...

Road speed tempering

The peak age range for pedestrian road deaths in the UK is 5-14, with boys out-numbering girls roughly 2:1. There is a charity campaigning for the introduction of 20mph limits in residential areas, known as “20’s Plenty”, and voluntary signage is now...

Street Harassment

Very large numbers of women report street harassment, ranging from looks and wolf whistles, to aggressive, sexually-focused assault. In 2013, a Vancouver student, Pomona Lake, produced an image highlighting victim-blaming around skirt length. Her image was...

Re-use | Environmentally-sound living

“Reuse is the action or practice of using something again, whether for its original purpose (conventional reuse) or to fulfil a different function (creative reuse or repurposing). It should be distinguished from recycling, which is the breaking down of used items to...

Welcome to my …

… Project Space

 

This site is a portal to various documentary photography projects. In the main, my work attempts to explore the use of photography to achieve social change (photographic activism), especially among communities, or else it reflects psychological themes.

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