I search for the beautiful minimalist potential in everyday life. Looking for the excitement in life’s normality.
My work is a portrait of the world in which I live, focusing on the things that pass us by as simply unremarkable. I attempt to find the magic in the mundane; using bold colours and commonplace objects to create visual exaggerations of modern day banalities.
The combination of this conventional imagery with the intimacy and personal touch of being drawn from my private space, provides the work with an almost autobiographical narrative. The sculptures carry the imperfections of real-life, allowing for a feeling of familiarity to be the connection created with the audience.
‘THE BELLY AND THE MEMBERS’
Cob Gallery, 205 Royal College St, London
103 Murray Grove, London
Keiko Rochaix Yamamoto, 19 Goulston St, London
Assembly House, 44 Canal Rd, Leeds
The Slade School of Art
‘Time To Grow Up’
Dye House 451, 451 Wick Ln, London
Grant Museum of Zoology, 21 University St, Bloomsbury, London
L’Amour, 24 Rue Molière, Bagnolet, Paris
Slade School of Fine Art
2014-2017 - BFA in Fine Art
Central Saint Martins
2013-14 - Foundation Diploma
Jam Theatre School
2006-2012 - BTEC in performing & BTEC in Music Technology