I'm a PhD candidate at Cardiff University's School of Journalism Media and Culture as part of an ESRC funded Doctoral Training Partnership with Amnesty International. In addition to my research journey at Cardiff University, I am a photojournalist who focuses on questions of identity, education, extremism, and migration.
My research specialism is visual culture and audience engagement in the political and social spheres. My PhD research examines Amnesty International's digital and physical archive to understand the role of photography in a range of humanitarian media campaigns from the 1960s to the present.
I approach my research from an insider perspective with analysis informed by creative qualitative methods. My research aims to contribute to critical advances in human rights activism, visual culture, contemporary photography, and humanitarian media campaigns.