O = 1 day
Water, soaking, dyeing,
Tracing, layering, marking
pick up, stick, dry
It took a long time for me to accept that the best lessons often come from the difficult moments in your life. I view my work as documents that tell the story of people who have long since passed from this world, preserving every single day that they spent with us. My work challenges the way we view time, by tracing, layering, drawing, and marking I can illustrate the variation of our days. I value life and death and believe that it is a circle that has no beginning or end.
‘Scramble’ at Pineapple Black Arts in Middlesbrough with The Collective Studio in association with Newbridge Projects.
'Weathering Covid-19: Emerging creatives discuss adaptation and recent practices' interview in Corridor8 by Christie Chan
Artist in Residence at Underpinning in The Anatomy Rooms, Aberdeen.
Committee member for Aberdeen Artist Society.
‘Into The Mountain’, project assistant, produced by The Scottish Sculpture Workshop, led by Simone Kenyon.
‘How The Earth Must See Itself’, choir coordinator, based on the project ‘Into The Mountain’, film by Lucy Cash and artist Simone Kenyon. Produced by National Theatre Scotland and The Scottish Sculpture Workshop.
Collective Studio member at The Newbridge Projects, Newcastle
‘Flora, Fauna and Other Forms’ exhibiting artist, exhibition produced by Caitlin Dick (@Nomad_Aberdeen)
‘Bittersweet’ co-producer and exhibiting artist at Seventeen Gallery, Aberdeen.
‘Grey Area’ exhibition produced by SPAM Collective at Patriothall, Edinburgh
Invited Graduate at Society of Scottish Artists, Royal Academy of Art, Edinburgh.
New Contemporaries 2017, selected artist, Royal Academy of Art, Edinburgh
Artist in Residence at The Scottish Sculpture Workshop, Lumsden, Aberdeenshire
‘Experimental Order’ group exhibition in Aberdeen Arts Centre, Aberdeen
‘The Colour Red’ , project participant, project led by Elpida Hadzi- Vasileva.
2016 - 2017
MA in Art Museum and Gallery Studies from Newcastle University
2012 - 2016
BA in Contemporary Art Practice from Gray’s School of Art