I am an ecological designer and artist, making things and making things happen. 

Working across disciplines, I advocate for a holistic design approach. My work investigates and constructs  alternative narratives of systems, ecologies and social structures via process-driven, active methods of enquiry.

With a respect for slow and cyclic regenerative practices, I often work collaboratively using making and craft to ask critical questions. I am excited by the potential of design to challenge how we live and offer ways in which we might live better.

Freelance artist / facilitator running 1:1 and group community workshops / ongoing - since 2021

Gardening at community moorings / since 2020


Wetlands - solo exhibition, Trowbridge Gardens Gallery / Nov-Dec 2023

Goldsmiths Prize Commission / 2023

ReRooted Residency -  Arbeit / Jun-Nov 2023

Festival of Community, Stafforshire St, Peckham Platform and F.A.T Studio, London / Aug 2023

Graduate Learning Facilitator, BA Design Goldsmith University / 2022 - 2023

Assistant studio coordinator, Goldsmiths University / 2022 - 2023

Where Are The Margins Exhibition, Copeland Gallery, Peckham / Jun 2023

Research assistant for Katherine May / Mar-Jul 2022

Live brief We Made That X Goldsmiths University / 2021

Illustrator for Seed to Saucepan Cookbook / 2020

Building and running festival kitchens / 2018-2019

Ape Project, Bristol / 2018


Wild Clay Workshop series for ReRooted Residency, 2023

From the Soil Up, 2023

Clay Bodies, 2022

Common Waters, 2022

Tow Path Baskets, 2020


ARUP: But what if Giants, Feng Shui, Carpets, Rivers, Wind and Sour Dough had something to do with ARUP? 2022


Sylva Wood School, Oxfordshire, 2023-2024

Future of Life, HfG Karlsruhe, 2023

BA Design, First Class Hons, Goldsmiths University, 2019-2022