Will is an artist working primarily with photography and moving image. His artistic practice concerns topics such as memory, duration, history of place, architecture, psychology and politics. The relationship of the past – and its monuments – to the present and future features strongly in his practice. His experience working in conservation architecture, working on Grade 1 listed buildings around the country, which informs his artistic practice in terms of history, materiality, place and of personal meaning encapsulated within the physical.

His current projects revolve around political activism and protest with issues related to the proposed Garden Bridge in central London. This has seen him work with mainstream media, politicians and a wide array of other individuals to uncover and articulate issues relating to democratic process as well as environmental and heritage damage.


MRes Architecture (Reading the Neoliberal City), University of East London, 2016-18
Ma Photography, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, 2010-11
Ba Architecture, University of Greenwich, 1999-2002


The India Club: Matter, London, 2019
UEL Architecture Exhibition, London, 2018
The India Club: Friction, London, 2018
Wellbeing and Time, Derby, 2018
UEL Architecture Exhibition, London, 2017
In the Waiting Room, London, 2017
– The India Club: Independence, London, 2017
The India Club: Utopia, London, 2016
FATHOM, Four Corners, London, 2014-15
A Folly For London, London, 2015
The India Club, London, 2015
Bridges, Fold Gallery & Curio Cabal, London, 2012
MAP11, London, 2011
A Place In Time (solo), Brightlingsea, 2011
MAP Interim Exhibition, London, 2011
Circuit Wisely, London, 2010
Artside, Southend-on-Sea, 2010


Visions from Afar: Jellicoe’s Motopia, in Landscape Journal, 2019
Black Mirror Crackd, in Dirty Furniture, 2019
Buster Keaton: Anarchitect, on Lapsus Lima, 2019
Myth, Mourning & Memory: A Walk Down a Permeable Boundary, in Journal of Civic Architecture, Issue 3, 2019
The British Landscape Tradition & the Neoliberal City, in Journal of Civic Architecture, Issue 2, 2018
– Contributed Chapter Jean Michel Jarman: The Last of Docklands; in Music for Masterplanning, Repeater Books, 2018
London Brick essay, London College of Communication Big City exhibition Catalogue, UAL, 2018
A Folly For London featured in newspapers and magazines across Europe, including The Guardian, Independent, De Architect NL, DeZeen, Apollo & La Repubblica, 2015-2016
– Editor & curator, Extending ley lines, 2014
Tumbling blocks written about by Brian Dillon & Louise Clements in Source magazine, 2012
– Photography for All That Is Common, 2011
– Photographic series in Lund Humphries monograph on artist John McLean, 2010#
– Writing for various print and online magazines including: Architects’ Journal, Apollo, Building Design, Hotshoe,The Ecologist, The New Metropolitan and more


The India Club, presentation for Space and Belonging Symposium, University of the Creative Arts, 2019
– Speech, The Garden Bridge, for Extinction Rebellion Waterloo Bridge, 2019
– Artist Talk, Site-specificity in a changing city, for The National Trust, 2019
– Lecture, Mobilising Social Life: Infrastructures, Discourses, Networks, London College of Communication, 2019
– Panelist, Journal of Civic Architecture, The Architectural Association, 2018
– Panelist, Remember, Rebel, Repeat, INTBAU, 2018
– Visiting tutor for Ma Interior Design final crits, University of East London, 2018
– Workshop leader, Architectural Model Photography, University of East London, 2018
– Artist Talk, University of Derby, 2018
– Visiting tutor, Capital City unit, London College of Communication, UAL, Jan-Apr 2018
– Artist talk, Art Salon: Fake, JW3, 2017
– Panelist, Artists in Tech Cities, Inside Out Festival, Somerset House, 2017
– Visiting workshop leader, The Anthropocene, London College of Communication, UAL, 2017
– Workshop leader, How to be an activist, JW3, 2016
– Artist Talk, Utopia2016, Somerset House, 2016
– Artist Talk, Politics in Art symposium, London College of Communication, UAL, 2016
– Artist talk & tutor, University of Bournemouth, 2016
– Artist talk, Multistory, Canterbury School of Architecture, 2015
– Artist talk, University of Bedford, 2015
– Featured artist Q&A, LUX Moving Image Salon, London, 2014
– Artist talk, FATHOM Symposium, London, 2014
– Artist talk & tutor, Kingston University, 2011


– Member of Specular Assembly collective
– Participant on LSE Theatrum Mundi’s Can we design the conditions for culture round-table series, 2016
Extending ley lines nominated for MACK First Book Award, 2015
– FATHOM production residency, Four Corners, London, 2014
– Participant, Jumpers (what must I do to be saved) by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, 2013
– Core participant, These associations by Tino Sehgal, Tate Modern, 2012
– Member of Artists Union England
– Trustee of North Southwark Environment Trust