I graduated in 2016 from the MA Painting programme at Wimbledon College of Arts, University of the Arts London, where I was awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship. I have also completed two years on the Turps Banana painting programme (offsite).

Since graduating my work has been selected for the Jerwood Drawing Prize, the Ingram Collection’s Contemporary Talent Prize, the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize (in 2018 and 2019), Dentons Art Prize, where I won the Staff Prize and was runner up in the main prize, Choose Art/Give Light to Refugees an international, curated exhibition and charity auction in aid of refugees affected by COVID-19, the inaugural show at The Koppel Project Exchange Gallery, Piccadilly, London, ‘The Just’, a group show at Aleph Contemporary curated by Dan Coombs, ‘Ways of Protest’ at Elysium Gallery, the Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Prize, Figurative Art Now, where I won a mentorship prize, ‘We Are Such Stuff As Dreams Are Made On’ a group show at Aleph Contemporary, the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and ‘Two Doors’, a group exhibition with Tart Gallery London.

My work has also been selected for (among others) the ING Discerning Eye exhibition, the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize exhibition, the National Open Art exhibition, the New Georgians exhibition at Orleans House Gallery, Painting [Now] (a survey of current practice) at Studio One Gallery, London and the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition.

My work is held in several collections including the David Roberts Art Foundation. I co-curated an exhibition of 12 women painters titled A Room of One’s Own at the Koppel Project Central in London. I have completed artist residencies at the Koppel Project Hive Gallery and Canary Wharf New District. I also have degrees from the London School of Economics and Goldsmiths College, University of London. I live and work in London. My work is available from Aleph Contemporary and Tart Gallery London.