Laura is a self taught photographer, shooting since the age of 15.  The majority of her work is shot on film using plastic cameras.

Laura responds to the pockets of peace that can be found in a busy city. She's interested in the impact landscape and sea has on mental and physical wellbeing. She likes to leave cities and come back again.

Laura does things with Shutter Hub and Effra FC.

Her pictures and projects have featured in The Independent, Oh Comely, The Guardian, ICA, Tate Britain and New York Times.



The Shutter Hub Open,
5&33, Amsterdam
The British Museum Staff Art Show,
The British Museum, London
The Shutter Hub Open, Truman Brewey, East London International Photography Festival, London
Because We Can, Festival Pil’ours, Saint Gilles Croix de Vie, France
Dino Island and The Lake, joint show with Nik Strangelove,  The Douglas Fir, London
Girl Town Tel Aviv, Alfred Gallery, Tel Aviv

View/Review, The Paxton Centre, London 2017
Girl Town, East London International Photography Festival, London 2016
The Shutter Hub Open, Hot Numbers / Stir, Cambridge 2016
Rivers & Oceans - Ensemble Perpetuo, Rich Mix, London 2015
London, 320 Gallery, London 2015
WH, Well Hung Gallery, London 2015
WH, Well Hung Gallery, London 2014
Effra FC digital, The Montpelier, London 2012
Makerhood, Lounge, Brixton 2011
Effra FC exhibition, The Sun & Doves, London 2010
Send Me A Postcard Darling, Red Gate Gallery, London 2010
All Photographers Now, Nuit des Musées, Lausanne 2010
100sqft, Cholmeley Boys Club, London 2010
Apollo Revisited, Lido Cafe, London 2010
Apollo Project, London 2009
Bazaart, London 2009
We Are All Photographers Now, Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne 2007
People, Signs & Resistance: on the front line, 198 Gallery, London 2007
How We Are Now, Tate Gallery, London 2006