Control. Spinelli Coffee, College Rd, Kemptown, Brighton, during Brighton Photo Biennial / Fringe, 3 October – 30 November 2014. Different ways people control one another using their hands.
The Last Night of the Blind Tiger. On The Blind Tiger Club, 52–54 Grand Parade, Brighton, during Brighton Photo Biennial / Fringe, 3 October – ? December 2014. People celebrating and commiserating the last night of the club, which was shut down by Brighton City Council in May 2014 because of noise complaints from a person living upstairs. The 20 photographs were pasted to the outside windows so as to give the impression of looking in at people from outside. Included a copy of a newspaper article describing the closure.
(Excerpt From) The Last Night of the Blind Tiger. Seed'n'Sprout whole food shop, Kemptown, Brighton, during Brighton Photo Biennial / Fringe, 5 October 2014 – 2015.
Untitled Street. Nick Ford Photography Studio, Oxford St, Brighton, Brighton Photo Biennial / Fringe, 14–17 October 2014. Part of '4x8' – 8 photographers with solo exhibitions over 4 weeks.
Untitled exhibition of Brighton night life. Iydea, Kensington Gardens, Brighton, during Brighton Photo Biennial / Fringe, 10–31 October 2014.
Untitled Street. Spinelli Coffee, College Rd, Kemptown, Brighton, December 2014–2015.
Untitled exhibition of Brighton landscapes. Seed'n'Sprout whole food shop, Kemptown, Brighton, 2015–?.
It's Not About Football. Outside on the wall of the Decathlon sports shop, Portland Street, off 136 North Street, Brighton. About football spectating as a means of emotional expression for men. 11 A0 size prints, 27 September – 31 October 2018. Part of Brighton Photo Fringe, during Brighton Photo Biennial.
The Brighton Flickr Snug, The Rock Inn, Kemptown, Brighton, 2012.
Shoot Me I'm Gay, The Sidewinder, Kemptown, Brighton, 2014.
Exhibition by Brighton Local Artists Group (BLAG), Jubilee Library, Brighton, 18–31 August 2014.
The Heart Grows Fonder by Miniclick, Format festival, St. Werburgh's Church, Derby, 14–15 March 2015. My series of photographs of crimes being committed. "shown at FORMAT in a live evolving exhibition (The Wall), and used in a ‘zine-making workshop (Crime 'Zine)" [See Miniclick page]
Brighton Tap Takeover, Dead Wax Social, Brighton, 8–10 April 2016. One photograph of mine on an edition of 500 beer mats distributed solely in this venue. Organised by Miniclick and The Photocopy Club. [Media: Miniclick; Amateur Photographer magazine; The Argus]