Born in Edinburgh and based in Cardiff.
I work across media including film, writing, audio, performance and printed imagery. My work is concerned with mental health and wellbeing and their intersection at personal, professional and creative junctures. I consider how socio-political contexts impact on individual and societal [ill]health.
I am currently exploring the relationship between concepts of the spirit / spiritual/ity, personal psychologies and wellbeing. I’m involved in investigating mental/physical/emotional/spiritual health and practices that sit both within and without established medical conventions.
My recent projects include: 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); My Boring Dreams featuring Kylie, Neneh, Whitney and the Gang for Chips & Egg, The Sunday Painter Gallery, London (2019); and Diana Ross Shaped, Cubitt, London (2018).
In 2022, I was awarded a Wales Venice 10 Fellowship, and she was the recipient of the Wakelin Award, given by The Friends of The Glynn Vivian for her film installation, Sweet Wall.
I currently hold a Wales Venice 10 Fellowship with Artes Mundi and Arts Council Wales in Venice.
I also share a collaborative practice with Freya Dooley. In 2023 we will present a collaborative solo show at GS Artists, Swansea. You can find out more about our work together here.