Born in Edinburgh and based in Cardiff.
I work across video, printed image, text and performance. In my practice I am interested in bio-psycho-social influences on how we experience the world. I explore my own history and perspective in relationship to wider cultural contexts. Thematic layers include patterns of behaviour, psychological wellbeing, socio-political issues and an interest in ethereality. Steering away from cultural hierarchies, my work often references popular culture alongside scientific, classical and historical research. Humour is an important element of my work.
Recent projects include Is it my cat or Beyoncé?, Green Man festival, (2023); I’ve Danced at Parties, Survey ll, Jerwood Arts (2021) Sweet Wall, Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh (2020); Cheery Like Lorraine Kelly’s Cheery (text) for ON CARE, Ma Biblioteque (2020); and My Boring Dreams featuring Kylie, Neneh, Whitney and the Gang for Chips & Egg, The Sunday Painter Gallery, London (2019)
In 2022, I received the Wakelin Award, given by The Friends of The Glynn Vivian Museum for my film installation, Sweet Wall. I was also awarded a Wales Venice 10 Fellowship with Artes Mundi and Arts Council Wales in Venice.
I also share a collaborative practice with Freya Dooley. You can find out more about our work together here.