A practicing artist of fifteen years, I specialise in creating conceptual large scale installations, using sculpture, light and sound.

Using familiar objects and materials, and experimenting with scale, light, colour and multiplicity, I try to form new environments that are stimulating, playful, and questioning of the existing polemics concerning art and the space it inhabits.

As many of my installations are temporary, my projects can encompass elements of performance, photography, film and sound as forms of documentation.

I received a first class honors degree in Fine Art from the Surrey Institute in 2002, followed by an MA in Art and Space at Kingston University in 2004. I also produce smaller scale works in glass, ceramics and print.

I live in Surrey and work out of a small studio in the countryside. In March 2014

I became Artist in Residence at the Houses of Parliament, researching the archives of the Suffrage movement, with a brief to produce a proposal for a new permanent artwork for the Palace of Westminster.

On June 7th 2016 this artwork ‘New Dawn’ was revealed.

Currently I am working on a series of large-scale installations for various locations around the UK.