School of Arts and Media
Teaching Fellow in Photography
I use photography, video, field recordings, text, and voice in my practice, and consider my projects to be speculative in the way they sit in-between the binaries that still prevail in the discourse around documentary image/sound making. Aiming to create hybrid forms, I test and experiment with digital and analogue captures to see how malleable and stretchy processes can be and take them to a place of 'becoming'. I often use landscape as a stage to perform and/or appropriate narratives that exist within a place, often pointing towards memory, agency, gender, and class, with a strong interest in our entanglement with nature.
I am also interested in the materiality in print and photography, limited edition artist's publications, and photo books, and a regular contributor to the UK publication Printmaking Today.
Areas of research
Photography, Sound, Landscape, Print
BA (Hons) Photography
Speculative possibilities within various modes of documentary capture.
- MA Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking
- University of Western England (UWE), Bristol, UK
- BFA, Photography
- Alberta University of the Arts, Calgary, Canada