My work is a subjective response to the female experience, a place where I can explore feminist themes within my own narratives. It is a process in which I can question and make statements about the female role and identity, patriarchal structures and beauty ideals. I do this by creating fantastical compositions, usually starting from sketches and collages, where I place my characters, sometimes imagined; sometimes powerful and historical female figures that interest
me. Usually I am inspired by current events and movements such as the #metoo movement. I am also interested in the paint itself and what it can do for me, what textures I can create and colour combinations I can make.
Second year exhibition show, Hatch Aberdeen, Group show (2017)
The response, Tempo Aberdeen, Group show (2018)
Pre-degree show, Edinburgh palette, Group show (Jan 2019)
Degree show, Gray’s school of Art, Group show (June 2019)
Bachelor of arts degree with second class honours (first division) Grays school of Art, Robert Gordon University (2019)