I am an artist-filmmaker and practice-based PhD researcher at Kingston School of Art, currently working with theories of nonhuman worlds, eco-poetics, and biosemiotics in the context of contemporary artists’ moving image. My research interests include ecology, animals, posthumanism, and emerging materialisms. My work centres on how images – still, moving, and in-between – might form the basis on which new kinds of thought can develop. I use lens-based technology, remote sensing, coding, textiles, printmaking, the written word, 3D models and machine learning to consider the range, reality and exigencies of images in the construction of ecological thought.
I have screened and exhibited my work widely, including at the Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Brighton Centre for Contemporary Art, Ugly Duck in Bermondsey, the Istanbul Experimental Film Festival, Experiments in Cinema in New Mexico, the Stanley Picker Gallery, and the ICA in London.
From 2021_Practice-based PhD at the Visible Institute, Kingston School of Art. Funded by AHRC's technē doctoral award
2016-2018_MA in Film and Literature, University of York
2013-2016_BA in English and Related Literature, University of York