I am an artist maker living and working in London. I have just graduated from The Royal College of Art, Jewellery and Metal MA.

My new collection, entitled ‘The Buried Object’, investigates how artefacts change over time in a subterranean landscape.

Vessels, made in silver and copper explore surface and form. Through the layering of techniques and materials I produce distinct effects creating unique pieces. These pieces focus on the build-up and break-down of materials and how they start to transform. I see this as the lifecycle of the object.

 



Selected Exhibitions

Royal College of Art Show 2015, 25th June - 5th July, Battersea, London.

Work in Progress. January 2015, Royal College of Art, Kensington, London.

POP! Power of Process. October 2014, Camden Collective, London.

Distantly Relative. May - July 2014, Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford.

RCA Work in Progress. January 2014, Royal College of Art, London

21st Century Showcase. June 2013, Manchester City Art Gallery, Manchester.

Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair. October 2012, Manchester.

Education

2013 - 2015 Royal College of Art. Jewellery and Metal MA (currently studying)

2004-2007 University of Brighton. Wood, Metal, Ceramics and Plastics BA(Hons)

2002 - 2003 University of Portsmouth. Art Foundation Btec

Work

2015 One week teaching placement working with second year BA students at Sheffield Hallam University.

2014 I co-curated the exhibition 'POP! Power of Process' involving RCA students showing at the Camden Collective, London.

2014 Summer placement at Fox Silver Ltd

2014 I ran a educational workshop at the Pitt Rivers Museum for 16-18 year olds focusing on new technologies (3d software and 3d printing) within the museum.

2013 I ran a jewellery course at 'Start in Salford', a centre for adults with mental health issues.

2008 - 2012 I worked as a part time assistant in Junko Mori's studio.