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Painting’s capacity to record observations of the visual world, but always with a subjective tint, is the foundation of my practice. My recent work explores memories and sensations experienced in the moments before sleep. For me this hour is one of heightened emotion, where past experiences are replayed and mingle with sensations of heat and dis/comfort felt in bed in the present.


Alizarin crimson has become a particular fascination and initially referenced the rose tint of a fond gaze, or the red undertones in faded analogue photographs. However, more recently I have used it to show bodily heat in the cool night. Considered as both a noun and a verb, i.e. 'to crimson', it represents a blush and the intimacy and vulnerability that entails. 



BA History of Art, University of Warwick, 2021

Graduate Diploma Fine Art (distinction), Royal College of Art, 2023

MA Painting, Royal College of Art, 2025 (current)



Art on a Postcard, Women in Art Auction, 27th Feb - 12th Mar 2024: see lots here

Works on Paper, the Gallery at Green and Stone, 2024

Home, The Green Door Gallery (online here), 2023

ING Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, 2023

Women In Art Prize, 2023

Wells Art Contemporary, 2023


RBA Rising Stars, 2023

Pastel Society Annual Exhibition, 2023

Warwickshire Open Studios (Emerge Bursary winner), 2022


Rye Bank Gallery Open Exhibition, 2022

Society of Graphic Fine Art 101st Annual Open, Mall Galleries, 2022

Royal Cambrian Academy Open Exhibition, 2022

ING Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, 2018

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