Born 1989, West Yorkshire, England.


University of Glasgow, Masters of Research: Earth & Geographical Sciences – Human Geography (Grade: Distinction) – 2014–16

Glasgow School of Art, BA(hons): Fine Art – Environmental Art (Grade: First) – 2009–12

San Francisco Art Institute, International Exchange: Ceramics, Cultural Geography and New Genres – 2010

Leeds College of Art, Foundation Diploma and A Levels – 2006–09

Awards & Funding

Creative Scotland, Open Project Fund – 2022

Creative Scotland, Open Project Fund – 2019

Hope Scott Trust award – 2019

Shortlisted for the Jerwood New Work Fund – 2019

Glasgow Life & Creative Scotland, Glasgow Visual Arts and Craft Award – 2017

University of Glasgow, School of Earth and Geographical Sciences, Research Grant – 2016

Glasgow School of Art, International Exchange Travel Grant – 2010


Burnieshed Cabin residency, Bamff, with support from artist George Finlay Ramsay – April 2021

Cove Park, Experimental Film and Moving Image Residency in partnership with LUX Scotland and Alchemy Film Festival – August 2019

Hospitalfield, May Residency – May 2017

New Glasgow Society, May Meet in Mutual – August 2016

Cove Park, Self Funded Residency – April 2016

Common Ground, Refresh Residency – February 2016

Hospitalfield, Interdisciplinary Residency – August 2015

Talks and Workshops

Artist's talk with curator Sarah Perks, Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival – April 2022

Panel discussion on women's health inequalities in Scotland with Shaben Begum and Parveen Khan, Engender AGM – November 2019

Platform 2018: Artist Tour, part of Edinburgh Art Festival – August 2018

Culture of Care: Wellbeing in the Voluntary Sector, three day residential symposiums at Hospitalfield – November 2017

How does it make you feel? Research workshop at the New Glasgow Society, Glasgow – October 2016

Refresh Residency artist talk, hosted by Common Ground, Glasgow – February 2016

After Neoliberalism: Scotland and Alternative Political Futures, workshop on public art and social change hosted by Soundings, Glasgow – December 2015

May Meet in Mutual, artists in conversation, Dundee – August 2014

The Atlantic Cable, artist talk, Glasgow – May 2013

Green Screen, Embassy Gallery, artist talk, Edinburgh – March 2013

Selected Exhibitions & Screenings

Tell me, how do I feel?, Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival – April 2022

Tell me, how do I feel? online exhibition as part of Glasgow International, Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow – 11–27 June 2021

Body of Water, Femspectives: Glasgow Feminist Film Festival – February 2020

Tell me, how do I feel? contextual screening alongside panel discussion with artist Saoirse Wall chaired by medical historian Elsa Richardson, Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow – 7 November 2019

Body of Water, The Rare Disease International Film Festival, Rome – January 2019

Body of Water, Centre for Contemporary Art: Cinema, Glasgow – January 2019

Body of Water, Platform 2018, Edinburgh Art Festival – July–August 2018

My body is my most immediate tool, Glasgow Open House Festival – April 2017

WARM Sundays, Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow – March 2017

How Does It Make You Feel?, New Glasgow Society – October 2016

Selected Professional Development

LUX Project Bootcamp, Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival – September 2018

Glen Strathie Partnership, Video Enhanced Reflective Practice – February 2018

Take Me Somewhere festival, The Art of Care-Full Practice symposium – March 2017

Glasgow Women’s Library, Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion training – January–March 2017

Selected Professional Experience

LUX Scotland, Project Manager – November 2018 to present

CCA, Front of House and Gallery Invigilator – April 2018 to October 2019

Hospitalfield, Volunteer Coordinator – May 2017 – November 2018

NVA, Project Assistant – November 2013 – May 2017

Selected Volunteer Experience

Picture Window, co-producer of artists’ moving image and projection project – 2012–2015

Centre for Contemporary Art & Glasgow School of Art, Video Archive Intern for Materials for Alternative Histories research project – 2012–2014

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