Sensorium experiments with sound using a redundant church as a site in East Peckham near Maidstone, Kent (owned by The Churches Conservation Trust).
This site-specific sculptural sound installation explores the rich history of women in society, as part of the Art in Romney Marsh Festival (AiRM) 2012.
Once I Caught A Fish represented an eclectic mix of four Kent-based artists all exploring the sea.
A fine art site-specific exhibition at the Eastbridge Hospital in Canterbury High Street from Saturday 14th - Saturday 21st April 2012.
This photographic work took place in a disused concrete urban car park that was dark, grim and seedy that had a real sense of danger and discomfort.
Community Curator Project,
Artist-in-Residence, Tunbridge Wells Museum & Gallery exploring the theme of ‘Environment’, as part of a Cultural Olympiad-funded project.
Boudoir explores themes of sexuality, desire, the erotic, love and repression especially within Victorian society.
This work combined prop making and making for display in museums. I created the padlock as a prop and created a display using perspex.
Black Top was created back in 2007 was my first university project.
This work explores book arts and the definition of what book art is.
Black Top, 2007
Development of a new installation inspired by early memories.
A site-specific art installation set within the grounds of the school. Artwork was created by a number of 11 year olds.
Lead artist working with a group of young people from Thanet on a colour project with Turner Contemporary.