Stroud College - Art Foundation: (2018-2019)

Glasgow Connected Arts Network - Participatory Arts Course  (2022)

The Glasgow school of Art - BA (Hons) Sculpture and Environmental Art (2019-2022)

b.Wiltshire 2000

Currently living and working in Glasgow

My practice explores nostalgia, human’s relationship with the natural world, and the power of participation. I create ephemeral events that encourage the viewers to become part of the work. I aim to create freeing experiences where an alternate reality allows a space for play. I’m interested in breaking down traditional boundaries between spectator and creator and moving towards a collaborative practice.

My work often materialising as installations, murals, costumes and interactive sculpture, where the viewers are invited to enter an imagined reality. I aim to challenge and abolish barriers found in everyday life that prevent the creation of a space and time for adult play. My practice is socially driven, I strive to work with projects that use art to promote positive change within local communities, with a particular focus on the power of children’s creativity.


End of Year Show //June / Stroud College

Lost at Sea // April / Online Exhibition
SINK Opening // September / SINK, The Glasgow School of Art
Take Ten // November / SINK, The Glasgow School of Art
Wet Dream // December / Garage, The Glasgow School of Art

Mish/Mash // January / Govan Project Space, Glasgow
The Secret Garden // April / Braeside Community Garden, Glasgow (solo show) 
GSA Degree Show // May / The Glasgow school of Art, Glasgow 

Work Experience:



Hop Skip, Jump

Painted a floor mural at Outdoor Play Barn – a play centre for children under five in Glasgow


Mucky Weekender

Part of the artist team for the festival who created signage and décor



Movable Murals Project

Working with The Alasdair Gray Archive to create and distribute an educational resource for schools


Part of the festivals decor team who created signage and artwork


Part of the festivals decor team who created signage, artwork and installations