Born 1990, South East London.
Currently living and working in Northumberland.
Through the use of cyclical materials and metamorphosing forms, my work focuses on the depletion and transformation of matter, and the resistant substances that evade consumption.
My practice and research have been shaped by working as an arts educator with young children and partially informed by interests in the more-than-human world, absurdist fiction, material feminist theory, anxiety and worrying, mineral extraction and industrial processes.
I am part of the collective Surface Matters: a platform for peer to peer networking, critical debate and exchange for intergeneration female artists whose work utilities making and materiality
2020-2022 Masters in Contemporary Art Practice
at Edinburgh College of Art (awarded Andrew Grant Postgraduate Scholarship)
2011-2014 First Class Honours in BA Photography
at London College of Communication
2010-2011 Foundation in Art and Design
at Camberwell College of Art