I am a Northern-born performance artist working and living in London.

My multi-disciplinary practice combines live art, sound, sculpture and installation. I explore and enact various configurations of the landscape and non-human identities, as informed by mythology, folklore, popular culture, technology and scientific practices.

Inspired by eco-feminist principles, biotechnical and ecological research, my practice considers the complex dynamics between humans and animals, nature and technology, ecology and industry in a contemporary global environment.

In 2016 I graduated with a First class degree in Drama and English from Queen Mary University in London. Since then I have performed at various events and festivals in London and beyond. My most recent work, HIVE (a distant hum) was performed at the Barbican Centre in May 2018, as part of the Young Visual Arts Group.