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I am a creative researcher and facilitator who considers healing and wellbeing,

both personal and choral, in resonance with matter,

more-than-human life, and the cosmos.


I use drawing as a core method of digestion and translation of the world around me.

From these blueprints emerge text, sculpture, textile, and collage to create assemblies;

found and made objects simultaneously vibrate together and queer each other

to interrogate the complex negotiations involved in living and being on the planet.


The work is transdisciplinary with a strong theoretical component,

interweaving practices of making with research undertaken in ecocriticism

and speculative feminism.


Currently, I am experimenting with non-linearity and salvaging in relation

to the ritual of making. Older works are being reused to make anew, creating

cyclical and re-emergent threads of labour within my practice. I am interested in

how this labour is made known to an audience through the layers of time and

space that are held in-tact by found, salvaged, and reused materials.


Contemplating discarded matter as a resource for making has been a vital element

to my creative research practice, becoming a core approach to how I

establish methods and patterns of workflow that are conducive

to my, and more-than-human, wellbeing.


I am founder and co-editor of a fledgling online archive called

MUCK (Must Use Critical Knowledge),

which exists to support and platform critical art writing.



born 1992



2020-22 Educational Studies for Adult, Youth and Community Contexts (Msc), 

University of Glasgow

2017-18 Masters of Research in Creative Practices, Glasgow School of Art

2015-16 The Drawing Year, Royal Drawing School 

2012-15 BA (Hons) Fine Art, Goldsmiths University

2010-12 Foundation Diploma, Sussex Coast College


Writing and Publications

DAISYWORLD, Issue 2, 2021

texture mag Issue 3: Art & Sustainability: perishable conglomerates, 2021

Call + Response 2: Leaking: The Worksite-as-Flesh, 2020

Whorling: FUEL, 2020

Best Practice Zine Issue #4, 2020

Arts Territory Exchange blog, 2020

Best Practice Zine Issue #3, 2019

Penny Thoughts Issue #21, 2019

Cultural Memory & U, 2018

Brenda Magazine, issue 1, 2018

FOULmouth zine, 2017


Arts in Care, Luminate Scotland and Erskine Homes, 2022-23

fracture of one: a collaborative residency, Salt Space Cooperative, 2021

THOSE WHO POSSESS DIRT, New Glasgow Society 2021

Salt Space Coop Digital Resident, 2020


o.proj Network, 2019


Visual Arts Scotland Micro Grant, 2022

Hope Scott Trust, 2021

Visual Arts Scotland Micro Grant, 2020

Curator Space Artist Bursary #6, 2020

The Sydney Perry Foundation bursary, 2018

The Sydney Perry Foundation bursary, 2016



fracture of one, Salt Space Cooperative, Glasgow

THOSE WHO POSSESS DIRT, New Glasgow Society, Glasgow


The Pieces are in Flux, Salt Space Cooperative Gallery, Glasgow

Growing Under Glass, Welcome Home, Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow


Reading Room x Anti-University Now, Reading Room, London


Masters of Research in Creative Practices Degree Show, Glasgow School of Art

after-taste, The Flying Duck, Glasgow

Last Futures, Tramway, Glasgow

No Safe Haven, The Pipe Factory, Glasgow

Rooted, Where People Sleep Gallery, Glasgow


Best of the Drawing Year, Christies London

The Drawing Year Final Exhibition, Royal Drawing School, London

Open Studios, Drawing School Central, London


Blue Tide, Electric Studios, St Leonards on Sea

BA Degree Show, Goldsmiths University


Blue Tide, DIG, Lewisham


They Do It With Ease, Underground Space, Hastings

2 Girlz 1 Pub, The Union Pub, London

MACHINE, Brick Lane Gallery, London

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