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I am a multidisciplinary artist of Jamaican and Scottish heritage from Sheffield.

Trained with a masters in Scenography, my practice is experimental, incorporating mixed media including painting, digital art, animation, costume, video, sound design and installation. Through a explorative process of archiving, illustration, 3D rendering, layering and iteration; I create vibrant, textured designs which celebrate social justice, mental wellbeing and our sacred connection to nature.  I have a desire to create work which honours figures who are hidden from the mainstream, and I am fascinated by portraiture and how it can evolve and adapt in the digital space.

Currently based in Sheffield, my current projects involve being Digital Artist in Residence at Time and Tide Museum, working with college students to create the 'Not Made in Great Yarmouth' exhibition for Summer 2024. I am also one of 5 chosen artists to paint 20 portraits for Serendipity Institute's '100 Black Women Who Have Made Their Mark' Exhibition for Black History Month 2024 at Leicester Gallery.

 

I have exhibited at Delphian Open Call Winners Exhibition (2023), Monaverse Lisbon (2022), Manchester Poetry Library (2022), Pitts River Museum (2021), Bodelian Libraries (2022) amongst others. I have illustrated for the Voices That Shake! publications (2020), Skin Deep (2021) and Exeter University (2022).

I am open to projects, commissions and collaborations.

Thanks for stopping by!

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