MA. Fine Art. University College Institute Cardiff. [2003 -2004:]
B.A. Hon’s Ceramics. Camberwell College of Art & Design. [1991 -1994:]
Exchange programme to Alfred University, New York State, USA [1993:]
Foundation course Art & Design, Hounslow Borough College [1990 - 1991:]
Thus Tess Walks On – Is an ongoing project which creates a terrain for Tess to wander through in Thomas Hardy's nineteenth century novel Tess of the D’Urbervilles. In my version of the story only Tess’s forward movement through the landscape of the novel remains, and as other characters join her along the way we can guess at the ongoing drama. The scheme is illustrated by a series of extracted texts and photo etchings. Tess’s traversing, along tracks, lanes and paths, seem now to be connected as one long and exhausting journey. (ongoing project)
Published 2018, All rooms are the same - a reworking of Jean Rhys's 1930's novel Good Morning Midnight
Curating 2016 – Together with artist Matthew Richardson I researched and developed a gallery show for Transition Gallery London, entitled Adaptation - where three artists explored the possibilities of adapting literary fiction.
Residency 2016 – at Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium, allowed me to experiment with photographic images and etching techniques to work with the project Thus Tess Walks On.
Artist Producer 2014 - 2015, A fall into Grace part 2 - I devised and produced this project which took place in Aberdare in the South Wales Valley’s, I worked with Sarah Pace of Addo and funded through Arts Council Wales and the Ashley Family foundation. Essentially a book project, both novice and experienced writers were supported in producing love stories through series of writing workshops with well known published authors. The romantic theme and writings were further explored through print making and performance, a small print studio was set up for the project. An anthology of 33 love stories was published in December 2015.
2014 re-working of John Steinbeck’s the Grapes of Wrath entitled Can’t Eat for That’, You Can’t Eat for That, collected by public institutions, including, The Chelsea Art Library, The Saison Poetry Library at South Bank Centre and in the US, the Clark Institute; Joan Flasch Collection (SAIC); Yale; Lafayette; Swarthmore; MoMA
2012 -2013 The Un-creation of Ethan Frome this project was funded through Arts Council England and my adaptation of the novel had multiple iterations, including: performance, a hand made book, adapting collectable editions and printing my first Print on Demand publication. Exhibited across a number of venues.
Wysing Arts Centre Feb 2011 to Dec 2014 – studio artist.
Escalator Retreat 2011 – Wysing Arts Centre on the theme of print and production.
Experimental Art Writing – 2011 Summer school with Information as Material, Whitechapel London
'Adaptation' Transition Gallery June 2016
The Expanded studio project – Aid and Abet Cambridge 
The Expanded studio project – Nottingham Primary Studios 
'KALEID 2014' curated book exhibition, London 
'Wintergarden' Transition Gallery at Sutton House, Hackney 
'Pilot Festival', Brightlingsea 
‘There Will be Words’ G39 Gallery Cardiff 
'Still' Transition Gallery, Hackney 
'Recollect' Wysing Arts Contemporary: 
'Performance, Pleasure, Photography' exhibition and symposium, University of Newport 
An Evening in Process, a reading at XMarx the Bökship 
The National Eisteddfod of Wales 
Purchase Prize, Millennium Centre Cardiff (highly commended) 
‘310’, g39 Gallery, Cardiff(solo show) 
‘Undercover’ ‘Oriel Davies Open 2006’ 
‘Perfectly Normal’ tactile BOCSH, Cardiff 
MART, ‘From A Distance It Seems All Quite Nice’, Manchester 
‘Traffic’ Site Gallery Sheffield 
‘Rootless 97’ Hull Time Based Arts 
Selected Public Realm Projects
A Fall into Grace Part 1 - the Coliseum Theatre Aberdare, shown in July 2011; included a series of love stories collected from members of the public, together with a tableaux of stereoscopic theatrical images depicting an imagined love story. A current phase of the project, supported through Arts Council of Wales, will encourage more members of the public to contribute a love story either fictional or biographical and these will form a new anthology of writings about love.
...it is 89 days this morning since we left the mumbles head... [2010-2013] Commissioned by, Locws International, and originally exhibited on the Swansea bay foreshore, this series of stereoscopic tableaux, explored the 19 century copper trade between Swansea and Chile. Subsequently exhibited at Swansea’s Waterfront Museum, Swansea Museum and more recently for the Pilot Festival in Brightlingsea, Essex
The Winter Garden  Was an illuminated greenhouse, using multiple back projections, audio and outdoor lighting. The Winter Garden was exhibited in winter on the bandstand of a park, using documentary footage and still images illustrating the growing season of the previous summer. Funded through Arts Council Wales. Review: www.a-n.co.uk/interface/reviews/single/365726