I am based in London, I trained at Camberwell School of Art.  My work is primarily drawing based layered with paper cuts and collage. I also make screen prints, etchings and lino cuts

I draw from nature and found objects I discover in the environment around me. Fragments of printed-paper, maps and other ephemera become entangled with delicate line and printed textures. Birds, plants, insects and objects combine to create a complex narrative. Print makers such as Gertrude Hermes, Graham Sutherland and Samuel Palmer are real inspirartions to me. Printmaking and drawing is the stuff of narrative; my work celebrates the lost, the overlooked and the fragile. I combine elements that weave together the urban nature that lives alongside me with echoes of things, natural and manmade, from my travels.  

I look for bones, plants, insects and birds. I like residues and husks of animals, plants or minerals that have survived long enough for me to find and examine. I celebrate the fragile, the forgotten, the broken and the beautiful.


Read more about me here in this article in Dulwich on View . The British Library has acquired an Atlas page drawing for the national Collection of antiquarian maps and I have created design work for the IWM London



'Temporary grass'  added to British Library                   Studio


                                  'The garden of earthly delights' ink drawing 5ftx4ft

                                   while in in progress