My practice explores phases of personal trauma with a focus on disassembling toxic femininity. Trauma manifests in many variations, and I consider it essential that I exemplify that within my work. Using my lived experiences as research, my practice contemplates how they open our perspectives of those close to us. I highlight these phases of trauma by combining various mediums such as photography, videography, printmaking and autoethnography with found objects. When observing my work, I aim to push the spectator to look inwards within my space.
Many trauma-related energies reverberate from my work, such as anger, detachment, euphoria and anxiety. These energies help me deconstruct learnt and inherited female behaviours, including casual and internalised sexism. Both being relevant terms many women today choose not to acknowledge or even still may not be conscious of. When I take an image, I consider the space around the subject as my viewpoint, leaving the subject as part of a broader story. This mindset also flows over into how I connect each of my pieces within a gallery space.


2019-2021 MA Fine Art, University of Brighton

2013-2016 BA HONS Fashion Promotion & Imagery, University of The Creative Arts, Epsom

2012-2013 Foundation Diploma, Fine Art, University of The Creative Arts, Epsom


24.05.2021, Ventures into Perception #2, Residency, Dorset Place Gallery 

20.05.2021, HOME, Museum of Ordinary People, Phoenix Art Space 

22.02.2021, Ventures into Perception, online, Dorset Place Gallery 

27.10.2020, The New Black, Online, VoidCollective

31.07.2020, Isolation with Dementia, Online,Scopio Network

30.07.2020, Portraits of Self-Isolation,Vermont USA, PhotoPlace Gallery

02.06.2020, Picturing Lockdown, OnlineArchive, Historic England

26.05.2020, Lost in Isolation, Online,Void Collective

24.03.2020, 128 Elsewhere,@128elsewhere, Instagram

07.01.2020, Fragmented, University ofBrighton

Selected Lectures/Interviews

Introduction to The Publication, University of Brighton

Picturing Lockdown, BBC News

Historic England, BBC Radio Sussex

Using Format