'Mummy Brixton' is a personal therapeutic project exploring themes of 'Bereavement', 'Memory' and 'Closure'. 'Mummy Brixton' is one of the many affectionate nicknames that was given to my late step mum alongside 'Big mummy' which was what I used to call her. After her death in 2015, I had distanced myself from the house where she lived and where I grew up visiting constantly. In a conversation with one of my older sisters I misunderstood her to have said that the council were thinking about knocking down the block of flats and I panicked. This panic interested me and showed me that I had never fully received closure from her death, so I embarked on a journey of revisiting the house in Brixton, south London and photographing it with my 35mm film camera. This project was a therapeutic way of embracing the memories that I had associated with this house which became synonymous with her. It was a place that had a huge significance in my childhood, a place that I always wanted to have a record of. Each of the images contain captions with anecdotes which I had posted on my instagram during the time that this project was being made.