I am an interdisciplinary thinker and maker.
Positioned between the environmental humanities and experiential arts, my creative research explores and articulates atmospheric themes, from techno-scientific renditions of air quality to mindfulness of breathing.
I am interested in collaborations that explore, articulate and creatively communicate our entangled relationships that extend across ‘the environment’. My research interests subsume conceptualisations of nature and culture that respond to present day challenges, specifically: air and the atmosphere, embodied ‘worlding’ practices and digital participatory arts projects.
I have an MRes degree from the Royal College of Art (2018-20) and a First-Class BA in Liberal Arts (French, Spanish and Philosophy) from Durham University (2012-16). A keen front-end developer and user interface designer, I am an alumna and member of various ‘tech for good’ and startup networks, including Founders & Coders, Code First: Girls and InnovationRCA. I have also accrued an advanced level of yoga teacher training hours (700+), spread across Goa and Brighton.
In October 2020, I will begin interdisciplinary doctoral studies at University College London. My journey towards receiving a PhD in Geography (Practice-Related) will be supported by the London Arts and Humanities Partnership and supervised by Professor Andrew Barry in the UCL Department of Geography and Professor Joy Sleeman, Slade School of Fine Art. I will continue to produce a body of research-led creative works as part of my PhD.
CV available on request.