I began my artistic exploration as a counterbalance to the technical and scientific emphasis in my work. As my practice evolved I began to appreciate that the lines that divide the artistic from the technical are unnecessary and that they can complement and enhance each other. My work currently reflects a marriage of the digital and the analogue. The bridging of these worlds, through their deliberate configuration, elicits not only a sense of balance in my designs but provides sufficient depth to allow the spectator to explore the tension and harmony between them.
2016: Postgraduate Summer Show 2016, Camberwell College of Arts, London, UK.
2016: Everyone Should Paint A Black Square At Least Once In Their Life, RAUM Gallery, London, UK.
2015: We ALL Draw, Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, UK.
2015: Pop-Up Show, Camberwell, London, UK.
I am currently undertaking practise-based research at Camberwell College of Arts towards a MA in Fine Art Digital.
You can read more about my research on my MA Research Blog