When I was studying, I was already starting to interrogate picture making and was moving away from straight photography, to making installations. I became really interested in sculpture and how images could work physically in the space. I really felt that a visit to a gallery needed to be an experience and if you could do things in temporary spaces then all the better. When I graduated, I had already moved into a more campaigning mode and started working on poster campaigns, using billboards, flyposting and bus shelter sites. I really liked the idea of getting work out and away from galleries, which I felt, at this time, were somehow not all that relevant. As a result of moving my work in this direction, I got involved in organising projects and events and also publishing, which inadvertently led me to develop a parallel career as a photographer and arts/cultural administrator which is what I do today. My photography is now pretty much focused on publishing both my own work and that of others through my imprint AGLU, which I started over 5 years ago and have published over 26 books by a host of different photographers alongside my own work.