About me

I aim to explore my imagination to create menacing yet playful, strange yet familiar figurative sculptures, which form mysterious narratives and invite the audience to create their own stories. My figures combine mythology, fairy tales and classical sculpture – a symbiosis captured in a moment in time. Unexpected poses and diverse props result in tableaux which then invite conjecture.

 

A passion for the natural world serves as a source of inspiration. I am currently working towards illustrating some classical fairy tales using paper collage and textiles.

 

Since graduating with a Bachelors Degree in fine art in 2014, I have exhibited life sized figurative sculpture in corporate headquarters and retail displays. I have worked as a prop maker at the Royal Opera House, and have presented solo and collaborative exhibitions on a regular basis.