Born and raised in rural England, I now live and work in London. I completed a BA in fine art at City and Guilds London Art School - and it was here that I fell in love with glass. During my MA at the Royal College of Art, I seized the opportunity to explore the practical aspects of working with this extraordinary, beautiful and changeling material.
My work traces issues of ecology, pollution, waste, tenderness, value, animal husbandry and duplicity, often stemming from personal memories and experience that morph into social political works.
Recipient of the Pilchuck Scholarship in Glass and the Knostfack Anglo-Swedish Exchange in the Show Scholarship section. Runner up in the Tin Project, Worshipful Company of Tin Platers and Wire Workers.