I work out obsessive anxieties using the language of the digital.
All of my work employs the grid as its foundation, each series growing out of a formulated system. There is an evidenced relationship with the digital, where my experience and culture is rooted, and a garnered interest lies. However the image of the square-as-pixel is one I aim to avoid, by removing the impression of an image in seemingly random tones, and instead creating form and shape using the square itself.
Graduated with a first class honours degree from Manchester School of Art in 2014, and was awarded the Ken Billany prize for my graduate show. Since my degree I have exhibited at the Curwen Gallery in London.
My professional involvement also lies in live performance, music and writing.