May 13, 2018

CW: overtly sexual and violent images.

 Devil's Juice

Last year walking through the city of Norwich, a friend and I approached an art gallery. Through the large pane glass windows we saw a massive painting showing what appeared to be Black figures. She and I were very in...

April 11, 2018

TW: Sexual Harassment

There has been a recent wave of stories concerning students of color experiencing racism across UK universities. It’s reported almost as if this a new phenomena (‘It’s all Brexit’s fault’), in an attempt to continue suggesting to the wider British...

April 2, 2018

A couple of weeks ago I got the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, and I feel like my photography kit is rounding out nicely now. It's great to shoot with when I don't feel like carrying my Nikon around. I am still getting used to the camera, the selfie mode for example, I'm not too...

March 25, 2018

Victoria Adukwei Bulley is currently an artist in residence at the Victoria and Albert Museum. She is a poet and author of the book Girl B. 


She is also a good friend.  When she asked me to be the Director of Photography and photographer for her project, Unfortunate I...

March 18, 2018

This evening I am relaxing from a long day at work to a documentary on global art history through out the years. Of course Indigenous folks, Caribbean and Africa aren't in this series (so far, not finished yet).

But the photography shown has reminded me about a few phot...

March 16, 2018

I have long neglected my own space here for too long.

It's not due to lack of work, it's because I have been doing so much of it.

Last year I was awarded with a grant from Arts Council England. I immediately went to Puerto Rico to document and do filming. When I returned...

March 9, 2017

I am currently creating a new book full about the installation I created for Dove Street Studios. Included are photographs, text about the installation and its concept. There will also be a poem I wrote in response to the work. Stay tuned for a release date!

February 7, 2017

Move Your Homeland is a collaboration between Julia Rabusai and Dyad Creative, bringing to Norwich 20 artists from across Europe and beyond. This three day group exhibition and performance will happen from the 23-25 February across several locations; Dove Street Studio...

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