• Artist Resume

  • Artist Statement
    In my current practice I use making and photography, combined with humour, to disrupt domestic stereotypes and to challenge the perceptions we have of familiar objects. Through unexpected interventions or the creation of a surprise narrative, I transform everyday materials or actions and re-present them in my quest to determine their worth.
  • Solo Exhibitions
    2018
    Home Entertainment, Arts at the Old Fire Station, Oxford – funded by Arts Council England.
  • Group Exhibitions
    GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
    2018
    Casting Off, Gallery Lock In – Brighton Photo Fringe
    Presenting Mostly Yourselves, Plymouth Art Weekender
    Lucky 7 Over the Rainbow, Artlicks Weekend, London
    Dreaming Awake, Dulwich Festival, London
    Pillow Talk, Uniqlo Tate Late, London
    2017
    Salon 17, Photofusion, London
    Why Don’t You…? HQ, Artlicks Weekend, London
    Femfest , Sweet ‘Art, London
    Structured Magic, Hoxton, London
    OVADA Seven Counties Open, Oxford
    FF Conversation, Women in photo, instagram
    How to make an archive travel, Women’s Art Library, App
    2016
    Salon 16, Photofusion, London
    Pillow Talk: conversations with women, a collaboration with Women’s Art Library (Goldsmiths University), BBC 100 Women, London
    Raising The Bridge (performance), Tower Bridge
    2015
    Salon 15, Photofusion, London
    Tides of Change, Tower Bridge Engine Rooms, London
    2014
    Salon/14 Photofusion, Brixton, London
    The Disorder of Things, The Artworks, London
    Finders Keepers Losers Weepers, Conway Hall, London
    Missing Narrative, Brixton East, London
    2013
    A Public Airing, Parliament Week performance project by SLWA in London
    Postgraduate Summer Show, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London
    Perfect Patio, Space Station Sixty Five, London
    Refraction, Boxpark, London
    “THOTS” AND… (invited contributor), Mile End Pavilion, London
    I’m Inside Ring The Bell, 47/49 Tanner Street, London
    2012
    Tropical Lab 6, ICA Singapore
    Bend Over Shirley, Beaconsfield Gallery, London
    A Machine for Living, Hannah Barry Gallery, London
    Snap!, Bankside Gallery, London
    Daily Weekly, Queensland College of Art, Australia
    Material Actions, Bath Spa University, Bath (toured from Exeter, Plymouth and Bristol)
  • Awards
    2018: Arts Council England funding award
    2015: Selected winner of Tides of Change exhibition, Tower Bridge, London
    July/August 2012: Tropical Lab 6, Singapore
  • Collections
    Women’s Art Library, Goldsmiths University of London
    Bank of America
    Private
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    Private collections
  • Publications
    Pillow Talk: Conversations with Women, March 2019
    Art Reveal, Issue 24 January 2017
    Material Actions exhibition catalogue, 2010
  • Education
    MA Fine Art, Camberwell College of Art/Chelsea College of Art & Design, 2011-13
    BA Painting, Camberwell College of Art, 2006