I am a textile artist and researcher based in Berkshire in the South of England. I create textile artworks, usually wall based, reflecting on the emotions associated with loss and the process of grieving.
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I have a BA(Hons) degree in Embroidered Textiles from Middlesex University and an MA in Contemporary Craft (Textiles) from the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham UK.
In 2016 I completed my practice-based PhD from the University of Brighton and the University for the Creative Arts. The title of my research was ‘The space between mourning and melancholia: the use of cloth in contemporary art practice to materialise the work of mourning.’
I exhibit regularly with Prism and I am a full member of the Society of Designer Craftsmen and a member of the Surface Design Association.
My piece ‘remembering, repeating and working through’ is in the Whitworth Art Gallery Collection of contemporary art and was shown in 2016 in the exhibition ‘Art_Textiles’. My work ‘Mendings II’ was selected for the Fiber Art Network ‘Excellence in Fibers’ publication and exhibition in 2018 and I have also had work selected for the Scythia Exhibition of Textile Art, in Ivano-Frankivs’k, Ukraine in 2018. I have exhibited at ‘Ajavahe. Time Difference’ the 7th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial in Tallinn, Estonia, in 2017 and in The Red and the Black, in the World of Threads exhibition, Oakville, Ontario, Canada in 2016.