I studied at UCA Farnham where I graduated in 2013. In 2014, I was awarded a distinction by The Society of Designer Craftsmen for my graduation piece 'Quantitative Easing' at their exhibition at The Mall Gallery, London. Subsequently the piece was sold whilst being exhibited at Craft in the Bay, Cardiff as part of Focus in Print, an exhibiton hosted and curated by The Maker's Guild of Wales.
With a passion for exploration, experimentation and seeking out new challenges, I began my creative journey. Initially I joined The Sorting Office Studios in Hampshire, where I shared studio space with 15 other creative artists for almost two years. During this time I collaborated on two projects, one funded by Hampshire Cultural Trust, the other by Eastleigh Borough Council.
I was then offered space at The Farnham Pottery, with 318 Ceramics. The following two years were spent, as part of the teaching team, and particpating in the Leith Hill Project, a National Trust property in the Surrey Hills. Together with Judy Diabiase, Kim Bagley and Ashley Howard, we hosted an exhibition of our work at Leith Hill. I now have studio space at my home in Hampshire, backing onto open countryside and woods nearby. The printed surface, continues to fascinate me, bothin 2D and 3D, I screen print, lino print and impression print.