Selected Shows and Residencies

Arcadia, Bold Tendencies, group show London 2021

Crypsis Pairing solo show at Art Lacuna supported by Arts Council England, London 2020

A Land of Incomparable Beauty, group show at Collective Ending, London 2020

Lathe of Heaven solo show at Lily Brooke, London 2019

Image Rave for MODE, group show at 55 Great Marlborough Street, London 2019

Class of 2019 at Royal Academy of Arts, London 2019

Dinner Party group show at Royal Academy of Arts, London 2018

Bare Mountain show with Sara Knowland at Royal Academy of Arts, London 2018

Reading at Objects In The Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear finissage at Royal Academy of Arts London 2018

1+1=3 [in the bubble] group show at Museion, Italy 2018

Merry Widows solo show at White Cubicle, London 2018

No Place To Spit group show at Set Space, London 2017

The Hive Mind group show at Koppel Project, London 2017

Iterare! Iterare! solo show at URBANEK, London 2017

Addams Outtakes group show at Roaming Projects, London 2017

Alto Refix solo show at GAP Glurns Art Point residency, Italy 2016

Maresklepy online in Form IV, published 2016

HYPO solo show at Coleman Projects, London 2015

Residency at Troy Town Art Pottery, London 2014

Prizes and Grants

Arts Council England 2020

Andre Dunoyer de Segonzac Travel Prize 2019

Gilbert Bayes Grant 2019

Salaman-Seelig Art Prize 2018

Art Collecting Society Award 2018

Elephant Trust Grant 2015

Slade School Prize 2006


Lecturer BA Fine Art, Kingston School of Art 2020+

Auto Italia Steering Committee member 2020-22

Lecturer Foundation Fine Art, Kensington and Chelsea College 2019+

Associate Lecturer, Fine Art Sculpture, 2019, Critical and Contextual Studies, LMU 2019+

Visiting artist: University of Wales Trinity St David (2020) UAL Camberwell (2019) Bath Spa University (2019) Ruskin School of Art (2019)

Slade School of Art (2018) University of Westminster (2018)





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Postgraduate Diploma, Royal Academy of Arts, London 2019

BA, Slade School of Fine Art, London 2010

Foundation, Central St Martins, London 2005