I use close observation of the natural world as a starting point for imagined plantscapes full of growth, weather, labour and other natural processes. My work is informed by ecological thinking: how we might broaden our ways of thinking about our place in the world and the relationship to our non-human others and how printmaking can help imagine these new modes. My process combines etched lino with more traditional relief printing methods.
I began printmaking whilst living in East Africa. I worked for ten years in sustainable agriculture and food growing before turning to creative work full time and my work is strongly influenced by this previous land based career as well as an off grid upbringing in Pembrokeshire. I am currently doing an MA at Aberystwyth University and I am director of Aberystwyth Printmakers.
Aber3: RCA Conway, September 2022
MA Final Exhibition, Aberystwyth School of Art, September 2022
IMPACT 12: Solo Exhibition, UWE, September 2022
IMPACT 12: The Land As Other, Spike Gallery, September 2022
I Gam O Gam: Stiwdio Maelor, Corris, Gwynedd 2022
THE MASTERS: Relief, Bankside Gallery Nov 2019
New Beginnings: Aberystwyth Printmakers, King Street Gallery, May 2019
On the Edge: Borth Arts, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, April 2019
Explorations in Printmaking: Celf Cletwr, May 2019
The Sea, The Sea: Borth Arts and HAUL, Bronglais Hospital, April 2018
Aberystwyth Printmakers Annual Exhibition: Old College Aberystwyth, December 2017
MA Fine Art Printmaking, Aberystwyth School of Art, 2018-present.
PDip Law, UWE, 2008 - 2009.
BA English Literature, Bristol University, 2004 - 2007.