I am a London-based animation director and textile artist. Since 2014, I have been living in London, where I pursued my bachelor's degree in Religion, Philosophy, and Ethics at King's College London. Prior to that, I had a background in Fashion and Textiles.
Throughout my career, I have gained diverse experience in the arts. This includes establishing the underwear label, Pantsu & Pantsu; working in Pam Hogg’s studio for two collections; contributing to Ilya Khrzhanovsky's avant-garde film project DAU; and providing freelance creative publicity support to Repeater Books. Additionally, I have directed animation projects for clients including Universal Music, Virry VR, and various independent artists. I also undertake ongoing embroidery commissions, with previous work for Triumph Lingerie.
My work revolves around social commentary and delving into the lives of characters experiencing existential crises. My undergraduate dissertation explored the use of cats as a symbolic trope in initiating existential dilemmas in moving image and literature artworks. While human interactions remain at the core of my work, I consistently incorporate animals in various forms as symbolic elements.
Over the past year, I have enjoyed expanding my animation practice and integrating my textile background into my work. This process has also involved creating additional phsycial artworks derived from my animated materials. Directing my graduate film Made For Duty Overseas has allowed me to collaborate with a multitude of talented individuals, whose contributions have been indispensable in bringing this project to life.