Firs, is a photographic series, detailing the discarded and abandoned Christmas trees across the capital of London within its post-festive state.

What started as a candid project, became something much greater; a commentary not only on social issues and attitudes towards consumerism and waste, but also highlighting other aspects of the very consumers themselves in regards to social standing & class, personal taste, opinion and even lifestyle.

What became so clearly apparent was that these trees represented so much more than any traditional or religious significance could offer them, and ultimately this series sought to explore this as closely, and impartially as possible.