I am a multidisciplinary artist who engages with the public, aiming to reflect their lives organically through art making.
I draw, paint, write, move, up- cycle objects, photograph and make installation; it’s a truly multidisciplinary practice.
My work often encapsulates the sacred aspects of self reflection and introspection, sharing with the public all its' stages of development throughout my exploration across practices.
My sustainable, up-cycled work is made through combining found materials with emotive expression, not only changing the materials’ everyday function but the material’s potential- I nurture a deeper level of meaning-making through this process.
I see myself as an artist of provocation, expression, communication and play with societal constructs.
I share power from me, the materials and the people I meet; through play I encourage challenging perception and self-belief. Consequently, this generates the necessary dialogue to explore personal experience as well as wider community discourse by addressing the need to be heard.