My practice spans a range of media and approaches, including; socially engaged projects, video essays, textile banners, and publications. In 2012 I founded English Disco Lovers (EDL), an anti-fascist, pro-disco group. Other projects include; Adam Speaks (With New Mouths) (2017), a neoclassical treehouse commissioned by the National Trust; What Mortals Henceforth Shall Our Power Adore (2020), a video essay that frames the trident as a symbol of colonial intent; and Words to Grieve (2021), which seeks to expand the English vocabulary for grief. Each project addresses an array of interconnected social, political, economic and environmental concerns. I’m also an active member of the Quaker community and a skateboarder.

I was a participant in Syllabus III, an alternative, peer-led, learning programme (2017-18). Exhibitions & commissions include; Throughout the Fragment of Infinity That We Have Come to Know, The NewBridge Project, Gateshead (2020); Link & Shift, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2019); Survey, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art; Bluecoat, Liverpool; g39, Cardiff; & Jerwood Space, London (2018-19); Bloomberg New Contemporaries, South London Gallery; & Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool Biennial (2018-19); Adam Speaks, The National Trust, Croome, Worcestershire (2017); and Outdancing Formations, Edith-Russ-Haus, Oldenburg (2015).
Artist & Curator (b. 1991, Croydon, UK)

> SUSTAIN, Castlefield Gallery & Aarhus Billedkunstcenter, DK (2021-22)
> Making of Us, The Turnpike, Leigh (2020-21)
> Instigator of Platt Fields Skatepark Community (2020 - present)
> Co-founder of Garden Flag Needs (2020)
> Head of Public Realm Projects at Turf Projects, Croydon (2018-20)
> Swarthmore Lecturer (2018)
> Syllabus III (2017-18)
> Founder of English Disco Lovers (EDL) (2012-15)