I am a visual artist living and working in London, a graduate of Bath Spa University having attained a BA (Hons) Contemporary Art and Professional Studies degree (2011-2014). My motivations to pursue a career as a visual artist stems from interests in the arts and understanding its role as a catalyst for social change and dialogue. I work in a variety of media ranging from collage/mixed media, photography, digital/graphics as a means to translate my ideas.
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Projects credited in
- Pinterest UK presents: Black Gold, A Virtual ExhibitionA visual love letter to Black British creative expression. Black Gold features work from contemporary Black British multidisciplinary artists. In honour of Black History Month 2020 these artists contributed current works that spoke to their heritage. The collection gives a nod to elders and peers that have influenced their artistic identity. This is the manifestation of inspiration blossoming into action. Curated by Abi Wright for Pinterest UK.
- People Art Resistance - Afropunk London 2018 in collaboration with 198 GalleryPeople Art Resistance is a zine and exhibition produced by AFROPUNK London and 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning. The zine challenges young creatives including commissioned artists from 198 CAL’s multidisciplinary art programme and open submission artists to respond to Black British resistance – past, present, and future. For source material artists explored both 198 CAL and Tate Britain archives as well as drawing inspiration from their own personal struggles, exploration of cultural roots and
- "MIRRORS" Trailer BFI Flare 2018 | A visual interview series | The Art Machine"MIRRORS" is an interview series featuring queer artists of colour based on an extract by American Author and Poet, Junot Díaz. The visual touches on the social, political and mental implications of representation and asks what happens when these groups are denied visibility altogether? How does that impact identity formation and personal development?