I create artworks of curiosity. Inspired by miscellanea, from a compulsion to find and collect, I endeavour to explore value and meaning of unsung objects.
My choice of materials come from everyday items, and combined with meticulous processes and repetitive techniques, lead me through a narrative by which I organically create. Their tactility and texture often suggest movement; their overall aesthetics conjure a depth to explore.
Each object I create is carefully considered; collective they form a ‘landscape’ of my reflective process.
I enjoy leaving them free to be interpreted by the viewer.
I graduated in 2015 after studying Three-Dimensional Design at Manchester School of Art. Since then, I have exhibited in galleries and shows across the country, receiving accolades from selection panels as ‘One to Watch’. Most recently, I have been selected for the Crafts Council’s development programme Hothouse, which I am currently undertaking. I develop new works in my open studio at Unit Twelve Gallery based in Stafford, while I continue to reside in Manchester.
Alongside my making practice, I work on developing other creative projects within communities.
I am also a member, as well as a regional co-ordinator, of the artist network Design Factory.