I am an artist, and I am primarily interested in the relationship between landscape and movement. I am currently exploring these interests as an AHRC funded PhD student at the University of Glasgow, in the Department of Theatre and Performance. My project is a practice-based exploration of Dorothy Wordsworth’s 1803 tour of Scotland and the resulting journal, Recollections of a Tour Made in Scotland, A. D. 1803. My research is allowing me to develop my interests, opening them out to incorporate autobiographical events and encounters with atmospheres.

I have exhibited sculpture, performance, installation, and film work both nationally and internationally. I studied at the Slade School of Fine Art at UCL for a BA (Hons) in Sculpture, and an MA in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts. My main interests are in the fields of landscape, time and ecology. Much of my work is informed by a cross disciplinary interest in place, sculpture, performance, politics, drawing, moving image, text and aesthetics.

I was a co-investigator on a recent AHRC funded project ‘Future of Ruins: Reclaiming Abandonment and Toxicity on Hashima Island’. As part of this project I made a film Return to Battleship Island it has been screened in numerous places and venues throughout the world, including Argentina, the US, and the UK.  I collaborated with Professor Carl Lavery (Glasgow University) on a 30-minute performance piece also called Return to Battleship Island. We have toured the performance throughout the UK and internationally in a number of different venues.