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Oscillating between artist, academic teacher and researcher, my practice takes a multidisciplinary approach. Investigating the contemporary and historical issues surrounding art, science, technology and nature by embracing the spectrum of inquiry, interaction and creative endeavour.

MA Art and Science

Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London

PGCE Teaching

University College London , IOE

BSc Psychology

Oxford Brookes University

Exhibitions and events:


  • Untitled (TBC) solo exhibition @ RAW Labs, London 
  • Artist-in-residence @ BoxJelly, Hawaii (July – January 2020)



  • Landscape and Memory @ Studio 73 gallery, Brixton, London (15th April – 27th April, 2019)
  • Window Gallery @ Canada Walk, Canary Wharf (28th January – 1st March 2019)


  • SIM Residency and exhibition, Iceland, (2-30th October 2018)
  • Paper, Scissors, Stone, The Auction Collective (Exhibition and Auction) (6-8th November 2018)
  • Orbit UK Art Graduates Show @ OXO Barge house, (22nd – 26th August, 2018)
  • FLOCK @ GX Gallery, (23rd July – 31st August 2018)
  • JOYA Residency, Spain (June, 2018)
  • IAM weekend conference (presentation + workshop),’The Futures of Arts, Design & Learning’, Barcelona, Spain (27-29th April, 2018)
  • ‘Fields’ – MA Art and Science Degree Show @ Central Saint Martins, London (23rd-27th May 2018)
  • UAL Futures Studio Summit (Talk) @ Lecture Theatre, Central Saint Martins, London (March 20th, 2018)


  • ‘Les Interdictions’ with Annette Messager, exhibition and crit @ The Street, Central Saint Martins, London (November 2017) 
  • Postgraduate Art Auction @ The Lethaby Gallery, London (November 2017)
  • ‘Embodiment and Emotion’, Art Residency @ THECUBE, London (April – September 2017) 
  • ‘Somehow You and I Collide’- Interim Show @ The Laundry, London (March 16th- 19th 2017)
  •  ‘This is an Art School’ @ Tate Exchange, Tate Modern (9th – 15th January 2017)