My developing goal to “speak more conversationally, with rather than at an audience, in the rhythm of
my own feelings” ︎︎︎ Stuart Hall

I am a British-Jamaican multidisciplinary artist & educator whose practice centres the relationship with self. Observing the results of fractious domesticity, despair & passion, my art tends to appear as questions of self actualisation & the role that religion & spirituality play in that journey to enlightenment.

Over the last year, I have been using gardening, text, filmmaking & installation to further explore indigenous thought. Specifically researching what it means to ‘return [to] home/self’ with a special interest in the journies between the seen and unseen world(s). 
Ensuring that my methods are queer, radical & transformative, I use (formal & informal) classrooms as a space where I can confront western ways of teaching & learning. In both my creative practice & my role as an educator, I use art as a tool to have hard conversations softly.

My breadth of experience in art & education can be seen in my work with Ikon Gallery, Vivid Projects, The New Art Gallery Walsall, the Film and Video Umbrella, Iniva & the International Curators Forum.  

Photography credits: (1-3) Katerzyna Perlak, (4) Amadeusz

A-n Artists Council member 2022-2025
Arts Council England DYCP recipient 2022