Visual Art

Upon graduating with a Fine Art degree from University of the Arts London, I worked across the creative sectors as a Multimedia Artist creating moving image based installations and single screen animations and films.

My practice is process based and utilises a hybrid of analogue and digital based audiovisual media to explore areas of neuropsychology and phenomenology. The visual translation of sound is of utmost importance to my work and I take a non-linear approach to narrative, which is much more akin to the composition of music than traditional storytelling.

I have had my work screened and exhibited widely in the UK, some highlights have been exhibiting work at the Old Truman Brewery, Candid Arts Trust and screening work for consecutive years at the London Short Film Festival, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Brighton Dome, Brunel Museum’s underground Entrance Hall and at the Whitechapel Gallery.


Live Visuals and Vision Mixing

A strong musical background led me to creating and mixing visuals live for bands, theatre productions and art performances. I developed in this field for several years, experimenting with different techniques including live feeds of multi camera coverage. This inspired me to complete a training course in 2017 at the National Film and Television School, specialising in vision mixing for television production. I now work as a freelance Vision Mixer for broadcast and a Live Visual Artist for music events.