2017 - 2019: Master of Art (1st),PRINT, Royal College of Art, London

2013 - 2014: The Drawing Year, Royal Drawing School, London

2006 - 2009: Bachelor of Art (1st), FINE ART, Falmouth University, Cornwall

2005 - 2006: Fine Art Foundation, Falmouth University, Cornwall


2018: Mara/Laing Graduate Student Exchange Programme, University of Calgary, AB, Canada

2016: The Moritz-Heyman Residency at Pignano, Italy,

2015: Dumfries House Artist Residency, Scotland

2015: Printmaking Prize, Arts Hub Print Prize, London

2010: Wilhelmina Barns-Graham Travel Scholarship to Italy Award


2018: Sweet Nowheres, Little Gallery, Calgary, AB, Canada


2019: And in me too the wave rises, Lewisham Art House, London

2019: Show 2019, Royal College of Art, London

2019: What a Relief!?, CGP Gallery, London

2018: Life World, Royal Opera House, London

2017: Becoming and Dissolving, Alice Black Gallery, Soho, London

2017: Lexis over Land, Tremenheere Sculpture Garden, Cornwall

2016: Floating Worlds, SafeHouse, Peckham, London

2016: No Monkey Business, Q-Park China Town, London

2015: Evidence, The RKB Burt Gallery, London

2015: Print Open, Arts Hub, Deptford, London

2014: Thread, Flockton Street Project, Bermondsey, London

2014: Verso, Tea Building, Shoreditch, London

2014: Post-Graduate Show, The Royal Drawing School, Shoreditch, London


2019: Artist talk,Central St Martins, London

2019: Guest speaker and visiting tutor, Northumbria University, Newcastle


2020: Kingsgate Postal Service  – Commission from Kings Gate Project Space to to make a new work (as an edition), within given size parameters, that is to be sent by post.

2019: Love and Garbage – Invited by Turner Prize winning architecture collective Assemble to give a movement workshop entitled, ‘The Moving Sensing Body in Space’, in collaboration with director Olmo Hidalgo. The workshop was part of a five-day workshop hosted by the Portuguese Arts Council (Plaka) in Porto, Portugal.

2019: The Living Newspaper - Participated in a The Living Newspaper a dramatised fictional workshop filmed at Tate Modern. The workshop acted as a dramatic setting to explore the ideas and tensions that exist within the institution.

2019: Che si Puo Fare - Participated in a series of workshops and then performed in Helen Cammock’s Che si Puo Fare performance at the Whitechapel Gallery.

2018: L.E.M (Laboratory of Movement Study) – participated in a summer workshop run by the world renowned L’Ecole Internationale de Theatre Jacques Lecoq, in France. The workshop used landscape and architecture as a provocation for the subjective body.

2017: Japanese Paper Making - Seven weeks spent in Japan, studying traditional Japanese Washi paper, one week spent training under master papermaker Rogier Uitenboogaart in Kochi prefecture in Shikoku, Japan.

2016: Performed in Roman Ondak’s ‘Good Feelings in Good Times’ and Amalia Pica’s ‘Strangers’ for the opening month of the new Tate Modern extension, London.