I work as an artist in socially engaged art practice and a Senior Lecturer at University of the Arts London. I am the recipient of the Fine Art Fellowship at the British School at Rome (2024/25).

My work deals with colonisation of space and resource caused by gentrification, poverty, human trafficking, and climate change. Early projects included work with women in prison, Gypsy and Traveling communities, homeless people and those being displaced from the Elephant & Castle in London.

Since 2016 I have been focusing on projects that confront the climate emergency, using participatory and collaborative methodologies to move people beyond passive spectatorship towards active social agency.

My most recent work was a #end_of_empire, a commission for the British Textile Biennial 2023.

I exhibit internationally and had work commissioned by Tate, Whitechapel Gallery, The National Archives, the Bauhaus, Ffotogallery, the British Textile Biennial, CREATE London, Cuming Museum, In-Situ Pendle, 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, 47/04, Photography Archive Research Centre, Siobhan Davies Dance; and supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the Heritage Lottery Fund, Arts Council England, Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Guerilla Foundation, the European Commission, Darat Al Funun Foundation, University of The Arts and the Ministry of Culture Slovenia.

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