My film, installation & writing practice processes and explores tacit societal structures of competitive and comparative worth, meditating upon the markers, myths and materials that shape them. My work often centres upon questions of authenticity and memory within the digital, atmospheres and social scaffolds formed through transactional, value-based exchange, and of (digital) para-social relations. Recent works include a multiscreen installation of forlorn, singing office workers, an award winning comedy video for Nowness and a series of photographic images and stop-motion videos from a hitchhiking trip exploring ideas of codified time and a singular truth inherent within image-based documentation. 


I am currently on the g39 and Freelands Foundation fellowship, and have received both a-n and ACW Create awards in 2022. I studied for an MA Fine Art at Central Saint Martins (2018), is a recipient of Arts Council Wales Research & Development and Production Awards (2018/9), and was co-commissioned by Nowness, Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessey & Central Saint Martins to write, perform and direct a short film, Art to Artillery, which won the Golden Aesop Grand Prix in Contemporary Art at the 24th Biennial of Humour and Satire in Art (2019). I have presented solo exhibitions at g39 & Tension Fine Art (2019) and participated in group shows including: Centre de la Gravure, La Louviere, Belgium; Tate Exchange, Tate Modern, & Blackstone Gallery, Chengdu, China.

Interview by Floorrmagazine