I am a professional printmaker and arts educator. I am the founder of the award winning Washroom Pop-Up Press, which brings printmaking to all. I graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2008, after studying a BSc in Architectural Studies at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. My practice is led by unique, dynamic prints, each one a stand alone, non-editioned artwork. The works tell stories of daily life from an unusual family perspective, from experimenting making Pine Bark flour to the story of the dead pregnant deer. Each story each unique and each valuable. Prints will often include a multitude of techniques to express different elements of the tale, from lithography to lino, collage to dry-point. Environmental concerns are valued in my practice and day-to day work. I will put emphasis on techniques that leave a low footprint on the world around us, and I will thoroughly check all materials that enter the studio for environmental credentials.
|Grants for the Arts||Arts Council England||Winner||2020|
|Emergency Fund||Arts Council England||Winner||2020|
|Grant for the Arts||Arts Council England||Winner||2018|
|A-N Professional Development Bursary||Artists Newsletter||Winner||2017|
|Memorial Trust Grant||Oppenheim-John Downes||Winner||2016|
|Pushing Print||Pushing Print||Winner||2015|