I graduated 2020 with an MA in Fine Art from the University of the Creative Arts and was short-listed for the VIA Arts Prize. Based near Ashford, I exhibit in the south east of England, London and Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Since 2019 I initiated and now facilitate at St Mary's, Sellindge TN25 6AG, an art centre to provide residencies, workshops, artist talks and opportunities to exhibit.
From a diverse and evolving practice my process is based on wrapping, enfolding an object, a space or across a surface, as a cathartic method in finding a way through, a connectivity through time as a means to come to terms with our societal compliancy, double standards and loss, through the use of everyday, single use and throw away materials. Throughout there is a minimal, repetitive and colourful playfulness, which can be accepted on its own merits, but the work also invites a deeper reading and personal engagement to unravel your individual interpretation.
Originally from a corporate design background with a BA in Information and Editorial Design; this ingrained attention to detail, of extracting and reinterpreting the underlying value of a corporation, has now been adapted into my sculptural conceptual, yet emotive practice on social, political and enviromental issues.