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About Me.

A central theme in my work is the relationship between the natural world and one’s own internal landscape, how our thoughts, feelings and inner dialogues are reflected in the environment around us. I am particularly interested in the borders between divinity and the mundane. The threads of magic that are weaved through our everyday lives, a never ending search for greater meaning.

I like to think of my work as a conversation. I apply many layers to each canvas using a variety of techniques, each layer reflecting different thoughts, places and time.


My work explores and reflects those hidden spaces (both mental and physical). In every piece and layer I make marks (with ink, pencil, oil pastels and other things that I have to hand) I like to think of these as a 'mark map', taking the observer on a journey.


I work intuitively (so every piece is a journey for me too) and use texture, inks, acrylics, collage, pastels, pencil and 24 carat gold leaf in my practice, building each piece up layer by layer until the story is complete.


In my digital collage pieces I work with many different layers, manipulating a selection of photographic elements to transport us into an alternative reality.


River Rowing Museum, Henley-On-Thames, 2022

Royal Academy Arts, Summer Exhibition, London, June 2022

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, London, October 2022

Royal Cambrian Academy, Conwy, Jan 2023

Henley Arts Trail, Yeldall Manor,  May 2023​

The Other Art Fair, London, July 2023

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, London, October 2023

"Top Pick' Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair 2023 

Longlisted for 'Women In Art Prize' 2023

'Top Pick' Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair 2022 

Artist In Residence - River & Rowing Museum, Henley-On-Thames 2022


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