I am a London based artist working in print, drawing and photography. My work is rooted in the subject of surreal and imagined landscapes – caves, volcanic lands, and geological forms, often linked to lived experiences and memories of places. Using printmaking techniques including etching, linocut and monoprint, I create images with contrasting lines and shapes and considered introduction of colours and textures, interpreting the experience of landscapes suspended between reality and fiction.
I studied in the UK and Paris with a BA (hons) and MA degrees, and have shown my work in the UK, USA and Iceland. In 2021 I took part in the NES artist residency, Skagastrond, Iceland. You can read more about my time there on the NES blog.
Commissions include the Globe Theatre, London in 2019, where I was the Bankside Banner Artist. You can read about the project here.
In 2021 I was invited to take part in the Arts Territory Exchange's 'Iceland: Mobility, Spaciality, Virtuality' one day sympoisum, an online event. You can listen to the wonderful day's recordings here:
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