SOMEONE OF SOHO 

EXHIBITION DECEMBER 2020

100 portraits from the SOMEONE OF SOHO series, made between 2016-2020, were displayed in this public access digital gallery. The exhibition was hosted by W1Curates.com at 161-167 Oxford St London and covered three floors of the Flannels building. It went live on the same day that London emerged from the second pandemic lockdown. It’s purpose was to reinforce the notion that whilst a neighbourhoods landscape may change, its people that define its character.

SOMEONE OF SOHO 

EXHIBITION JUNE 2020

Someone of Soho is a series of portraits of people who live and work in this quarter of London. People who help define the character and soul of the neighbourhood. This open air gallery features a small selection of over 200 portraits made between 2016 – 2020. The exhibition took place during the first pandemic lockdown. Its purpose was to restore some humanity and positivity to the deserted streets of Soho.