Born 1996, Blackpool.
Currently working and living in Glasgow, Scotland.


Glasgow School of Art (2016-2019) BA Sculpture and Environmental Art
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (2017) BA Sound Art
Leeds College of Art (2015-2016) Foundation Diploma in Art and Design: Distinction



RSA New Contempories 2020

‘GSA Degree show 2019’/ Stow College 31st- 9thJune
‘Creative reactions’ in collaboration with Dr Paul Rea/ St Enoch Centre / 25th– 27THMay
‘fivehundredthousand at Deptford cinema’/ Deptford cinema, London /6th  April (
Excerpts’/ CCA, Glasgow/ 4thApril
48:3 / Pollock House, Glasgow / 21stFebruary- 2ndMarch
‘I lost track of information’ /Primary Arts, Nottingham with 4/4 Collective/ 7th-13thFebruary
‘BIG SHOW’/ The Barnes Building, Glasgow/ 21st-25thJanuary


‘Common Ground’/ Project Ability, Glasgow/ Outcomes from a 10 week residency
Creative Reactions’/ St Enoch, Glasgow/ Collaborative work with researchers from the University of Strathclyde
‘SCRATCH 11’/ The Pipe Factory, Glasgow / Collaborative performance work ‘Timetalk’ with Maxwell Lunn, Jess Carnegie, and Anna Vlassova
‘Just the two of us, Roissy!’/  GY Fest/ Brooke Street Studios, Glasgow / Collaborative work with Siri Black and Colm Guo-Lin Peare
‘I lost track of information’/ Last Futures/Tramway, Glasgow/ Collaborative work with Rebecca Gill
‘Factory line’/ The Pipe Factory, Glasgow


‘Snatches’/ Play performed at Capitol Theatre /Melbourne
‘Cahoot’/Laurieston Arches, Glasgow
‘Synergy: Glasgow’/The Old Hairdressers / Glasgow
BUZZCUT’ / Performance/ The Pearce Institute
Stacked Up’ The Barnes, Glasgow/ Group show
‘Once More from the Top’ /Audio installation/ The Old Hairdressers/ Glasgow
‘Cairns’/ The Garage Space, West Graham Street, Glasgow/ In collaboration with Clem Routledge and Colm Peare


‘Private View’/ Performance work curated by Sam Kan/ Blipblipblip, East Street Arts, Leeds
‘Is This It?’ Ongoing online platform curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight/
FUTURE LATE’Collective show / June 2016/ Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, London
‘Private View/ Muesli Projects’/ Live stream/ The Royal Standard, Liverpool
‘PROD’/ La Boheme/ Leeds

Selected Performances and Events

‘Last Futures’/ 2017/ Fenella Gabrysch, live performative essay and vocal piece
‘A lock of Owen Wilsons Hair’ / Open House 2017/ Performance by Tara Marshall
‘GUERRILLA’/ 2016 / ‘Take me somewhere’ performance work by El Conde de Torre el
‘Diving’/ 2016/ The Glue Factory/ Patrick Cole performance work
‘What performance is’/ 2016/ Leeds Art Gallery/ Group performance curated by John Seth


‘Health is what you make it’ written with Rebecca Gill