Beth is a filmmaker and visual artist based in London. Beth's work spans films, installations, live visuals and music videos.
Originally from Nottingham, UK, Beth studied English at Royal Holloway University, taking a particular interest in modernist literature, magical realism and the beat generation.
After graduating in 2012 she worked for documentary screening organisation DocHouse, and initiated a side project, DocTent, which brought pop-up documentary screenings to music festivals around the UK.
Beth relocated to Brighton in 2014 and began her own filmmaking practice, focusing on projects with socially conscious brands such as Brighton Fashion Week and Good Money. She went on to work as in-house filmmaker for ethical travel company Responsible Travel. This role led to a two year period of travel and filmmaking in locations across Asia, Africa and Europe.
Alongside commercial work, Beth developed her own creative practice, experimenting with a wide range of techniques. In 2019 she produced a solo exhibition for ONCA Gallery in Brighton, featuring collages, animations and an immersive installation.
Beth is a keen collaborator and particularly enjoys working with musicians and creating live visuals for events. She is currently completing her MA in Animation at the Royal College of Art, and intends to continue developing her filmmaking practice after graduation.