‘ I have long been influenced by overarching ideas of psychogeography, focussing on the influence of environments on the mind. My practice is currently rooted in the history of my grandparents’ house, observing and researching deeper into the significance it has in my life, as well as its wider shared context. I look at the collective ideas of ownership of space and journeys of loss, with particular attention to memory. A lot of my work concentrates on mass documentation, archiving and journeying through my personal history. I blow up autobiographical photography, narrative drawing and printmaking to distort and pixelate the image. Layering this with use of cardboard pushes the materials and expresses the unstable nature of memory and ownership.’




Education:


2018 - 20    Royal College of Art, MA Print
2014 - 17    London College of Communication, BE (Hons) Illustration and Visual Media

Selected Exhibitions:


2020:     Graduate Show, Royal College of Art, London
               ‘Against the Grain’, Lake Gallery, Southwark Park Galleries, London
2019:     Work In Progress Show, Royal College of Art, London
                Group showcase Print, Hockney Gallery, London
2018:     ‘Sustainable Futures’, Dyson Gallery, London
               ‘Object Resurrection’, Hockney Gallery, London
               ‘Process’ Print Showcase, Royal College of Art , London
2017:     Elephant Press, London Design Festival, London
                Graduate Show, London College of Communication, London
                ‘Double Take’, Well Gallery, London College of Communication, London