I studied in Edinburgh in art and art history for my undergrad, I studied at the royal drawing school, receiving second prize, from the age of 12 I had an art scholarship. I am currently studying at the rca in sculpture, I have a painting in the RA summer exhibition. I studied at Schumacher college, where a gained some depth in approaching ecological matters. I have grown up with a ecological conscience, as as a child we planted trees in our free time, and gardened, I had my own garden when I was 10. 3 years ago I started painting still lives. Before that I painted landscape/wilderness on several trips to Scotland. I was awarded a distinction in my master’s thesis at the RCA, around the subject that was in my mind over covid, the healthy interior, the paintings were specifically for living spaces and I developed a theory about colour in interior design. I have pursued poetry, but now its public face is in with intuiting titles for my physical works, I have made several artists books, I also spent some time running the owl barn residency in England, working with many artists. I am about to start a course at dartington school of art, and a prgramme with MASS in woolich. I have done residencies in mexico and Uganda, where I taught and did performance art. A piece called ‘monsanto and the milpa’ about corn growing verses production. In my poetry I try to investigate the language surrounding consumerism, like product, economy, inflation, resources. And sales speak. Trying to decapitate the monster so things can actually grow. I often use my dreams in my art.