Not Long But Very Good, Matt’s Gallery, London, 2021
Slade Degree Show, London, 2021
A Way to Break Through, online show, 2020
Melon Cauli, Carolines Garden’s Chapel, London, 2019
Themselves Warehouse Festival, Unit 8, Copeland park, London, 2019
Art Show, Safehouse 1, London, 2019
Boys Don’t Cry, Karma Sanctum, London, 2019
Boys Don’t Cry, Candid Arts Trust, London, 2018
Themselves: Group Show, Five Bells , London, 2018
Round Table Discusion: Emerging Technologies and Art, UCL Art Futures and Serpentine Gallery, 2021
Thing 018: From the Drained Pool, Form IV, 2021
Collage, Or: A Fair Day’s Fiddle, Themselves Publication, 2020
Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, BFA, 2021
Kingston University, Foundation, 2017
By creating ambiguous narratives, loosely based on personal experience, and observed synchronicities, I try to explore the nature of being, the real and the relationship between fiction and our phaneron. Drawn to the unknown and the uncanny, I rely heavily on instinct and coincidence during the decision-making process that may seem arbitrary, but to me is beautifully systematic. Film, sculpture, drawing and performance are all mediums i use to question myself and the things i come into contact with.
By seeking sincerity in the absurd, and allowing it to permeate the mundane, my work can often be read as both whimsical and tragically heartfelt.