I am a experimental illustrator from East Anglia, living in London. My practice is interdisciplinary and collaborative, blurring with my background as a therapist and musician. I work with objects, moving image, writing, drawing and sound to explore traces of human endeavour from history, within site specific locations, traditional trades or within archive collections.

I look at the grey area between what is real and imagined, to expose underlying contemporary concerns or socio-political anxieties. My way of working is time based, participatory and process led where fragments accumulate over time via situations, conversations and experiences.

I also organise expeditions, work as an educator and play in a band http://www.firestationsband.com


MA Visual Communication (Distinction) Royal College of Art, London, June 2018
Foundation diploma Art and Design (Distinction), Citylit College, London, 2013                                                                                                      BSc Occupational Therapy, University of East Anglia, Norwich, 2006