I am an artist and writer based in London.
From 2010-2014 I studied BA Fine Art and History of Art at the University of Reading and went on to study MA Christianity and the Arts at King's College London, where I now work with the Culture team.
I am also a Trustee of The Woodfield Project charity who run a community centre, The Woodfield Pavilion in South London.
My work centres in, on and around the mouth. Recent writing has explored posthumanism, myth and vocal performances, such as lip-syncing, looking at how miming or appropriating material can both create and deconstruct personal narratives.
Since graduating, my practice has evolved from performance art to textiles, and currently I am working with embroidery.