I am an artist, educator and curator based in London.

With a conceptually driven practice that I make manifest through various forms such as events, video, performance, text and sculpture, I am interested in art’s social function and it’s accessibility.

Through my work I explore creativity, where we might expect to find it and how we value different forms of labour. I often facilitate democratic, open hierarchical structures for people, to come together and connect, form solidarity and collaborate. Coming from the ground-up, my projects and works evolve from lived experience of socioeconomic dilemmas.

For over 10 years I have used my day jobs as platforms or starting points from which to develop practice and projects. This has been a useful way to navigate precarity and has become a vehicle for inhabiting the grey areas and permeable boundaries between art and life. Informed by two years working as a fishmonger in Harrods, I now run the Centre for Innovative and Radical Fishmongery, an organisation that explores how fishmongery intersects with art, individuals and society. During a six-year period working in education as an outreach tutor within the homeless sector, I co-founded and facilitated Seymour Art Collective (2009-on-going), a group of artists who have experienced homelessness. I currently work as a curator at the Bethlem Gallery situated within the Bethlem Royal Hospital, the gallery supports artists with lived experience of mental illness.

I graduated from Goldsmiths MFA programme in 2008 and have exhibited across the UK, Europe and the USA. My work is represented by Division of Labour.