About Me

I am a multi-disciplinary artist living and working in London, UK. I make artworks in both two and three dimensions, and I have extensive experience as an arts facilitator, working with stories and experiences in community settings.  I use a variety of art forms including painting, textiles, photography and sound. My art is heavily influenced by a background in philosophy and psychoanalysis, and my pieces are often the result of research and observations into the human psyche.

I am very interested in how traces of the past can haunt the present and how buried matter or forces can emerge and affect our lives and relationships.  Recently I have become concerned with the nature of contradiction and how ideas and thoughts can manifest as contradictory yet at the same time make absolute sense.  I am currently preparing work for a group exhibition in September 2022, inspired by the ideas of Sigmund Freud.

I have exhibited in both group and selected exhibitions and sold work to private collectors and the NHS. I curated an exhibition in London in 2017 called ‘Transgender, Gender & Psychoanalysis’ that coincided with a conference of the same name at the Freud Museum.  I am a member of the art collective Memento Collective.  I have been involved in a number of community arts activities and alongside my art practice I also work as a psychotherapist.

Click here to visit the website of Memento Collective.

Click here to visit my psychotherapy website.

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