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Artist at work

I am a printmaker, community artist and facilitator. I organise and run creative projects that shine a positive light on people and their relationship to the world and each other. 


As a child I developed a love for drawing, spending hours refining details and getting lost in the process. My mother worked as a graphic designer and pointillism artist and hugely inspired me. This probably explains how I have developed a love for text-based art and printmaking. I was in my element when learning traditional techniques and processes that take a million hours!


My formative years were spent hanging out in large print studios experimenting with silk screen and monoprint. From there I went to study Fine Art Printmaking which solidified my undying love for the medium. Here I learnt mezzotint, etching, wood-cut, aquatint and lithography among others. The smells and sounds of the print studio alone brings me joy. I am currently undertaking a project to build my own mobile print bus; I am on a mission to share my passion for printmaking with as many people as possible!


I have worked on various community arts projects with charities including Theatre Orchard, Spark Somerset, Make the Sunshine CIC and Making it Out CIC. I often run creative projects that have a focus on environmental issues and mental wellbeing. Aiming to get people out into nature, looking after the world and their own mental health at the same time, and then creating fun and collaborative art pieces in response.  In workshops I encourage and support participants to experiment with different materials and processes. These have included reduction cut, screen printing, collograph, photography, drypoint, monoprint, book binding and collage.

I aim to share my love for getting my hands dirty and hope that by being immersed in the process of making in itself, participants are able to feel present, calm and inspired. The charities I work with are often offering experiences to communities that do not usually have access to creative facilities and materials.

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