Born in London 1977.

Graduated in 2004, Drawing at Camberwell College of Art.

Currently at the Royal College of Art, studying a Master's in Contemporary Art Practice. 


My recent work is autobiographical, inspired by my recent rehabilitation from a life changing accident, expressing the challenges of the physical and mental barriers that I have had to experience and engage with emotionally. The broader vision and vital element is making work towards matters I care about such as raising questions on current social issues, the social model of disability, mental illness, inequality and ongoing political policy in need of reform. My work is a social and political commentary on the state of society today; its decadence and its flaws. My aim is to make artwork that is inclusive and accessible to all.

  • Unlimited Artistic Development Micro-Commission, Jun 2020

  • Work in Progress Show at the Royal College of Art, Battersea, Feb 2020

  • Shape Open Retrospective Exhibition at the Hoxton Arches Nov 2018: Cumulative Effect: Disability and the Welfare State

  • Step Forward Magazine Feature Spring 2018

  • ​​​Unlimited Emerging Artist Award Shortlist Dec 2017

  • Orlando Issue 02: Discourse Magazine April 2017 

  • Shape Open Exhibition at the Ecology Pavilion Jan 2017: Power: The Politics of Disability

  • Hackney Gazette: Art Challenges Perceptions of Disability Feb 2016

  • Shape Open 40th Anniversary Exhibition at Guest Projects Feb 2016:My Life - People’s Choice Award Winner










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