Singularity started as a zombie film but evolved into a movie-graphic novel-essay on alterity – “the quality or state of being radically alien to a particular cultural orientation”¹. During the project, I read loads about transhumanism², which was why my zombies turned out not to be zombies at all.Continue reading “Singularity (2015)”
Bike Hub¹ is a community bicycle workshop that originally existed in a derelict building marked for demolition. I volunteered at the project and wanted to see if I could capture a sense of what it was like there so I made a documentary.Continue reading “Bike Hub (2015)”
Play in my Flat was a site-specific play/film/performance in my flat in Brighton, UK. Scenes were filmed in three rooms in my flat: lounge, bedroom and kitchen. Three screens were installed, one in each room, and room-specific scenes were screened during the performance.Continue reading “Play in my Flat (2014)”
Not Punch and Judy is a short film depicting the process of puppet-making and the story of how limiting beliefs can be formed, against a backdrop of questioning the domestic abuse portrayed in Punch and Judy shows.Continue reading “Not Punch and Judy: The Chronicle and Story of an Experiment in Emergent Practice (2014)”
Legal High (2011)
50 x 40 x 1 cm
Acrylic, emulsion, dish scourers, and anti depressants on canvas
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I was going through a hard time with my mental health and my GP advised me to start taking anti-depressants every time I saw her. I caved in after yet another request for long-term psychotherapy was turned down.Continue reading “Legal High (2011)”
60 x 50 x 4 cm
Acrylic on canvas
If you would like to know the price of Constellation please contact me. If that statement makes you nervous, there’s no pressure to buy. Do feel free to ask me questions about my work.
I came home from work one evening in 2007 feeling frustrated and annoyed, grabbed the nearest canvas, which was painted in a block dark red and threw black paint at it, smearing it all over until no red showed; then I used my finger to draw the humanoid figure sitting on a chair.Continue reading “Constellation (2009)”