Visual Artist based in Edinburgh

b. 1992, Huddersfield

Current studio holder at Rhubaba Gallery and Studios


Exhibitions & Residencies


  • BABA PIE, group exhibition of studioholders from Rhubaba, Edinburgh at Assembly House Gallery & Studios, Leeds



  • Ludicrously Ideal and Beautifully Placed, duo show with Laura Yuile at GENERATORprojects Dundee
  • Graduate Residency at Hospitalfield Arts, Arbroath
  • Undercurrent, solo show at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh
  • Isn’t it wonderful there in the brightness, Screening of ‘The Waterfront’ (2016) at Hidden Door Festival, curated by Edinburgh Artist’s Moving Image Festival, Edinburgh.



  • Graduate Residency at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh
  • group exhibition, Bargain Spot, Edinburgh
  • Shift and Spin group exhibition, Stanley Mills, Perthshire
  • Square Egg group exhibition, Whitespace Gallery, Edinburgh
  • I Think This Film is About You group exhibition, The Bongo Club, Edinburgh




ECA/ESW Graduate Bursary Award

Andrew Grant Bequest Travel Scholarship





First Class BA (Hons) Intermedia Art, Edinburgh College of Art


Erasmus exchange, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest


Talks and Events

2017 – upcoming

  • The A to Z of Artist-Led, Sat 10th June 2017.  This workshop will aim to generate discussion around self-sustaining artistic practices through a series of collaborative tasks and activities. Taking place within BABA PIE, a group exhibition of studioholders from Rhubaba, Edinburgh at Assembly House Gallery & Studios, Leeds, 9-14 June 2017.



  • Artist talk at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop
  • Thought Leadership  – Organised an afternoon of talks, screenings and performance which took place as part of Embassy Gallery’s Annuale Festival, Evolution House Boardroom, Edinburgh. Video documentation courtesy of Suzanne Van Der Lingen.
  • What to Wear for Work? Performance lecture with Daisy Lafarge, presented at Female Sexuality in the Media workshop, (Hosted by Marvin Gaye Chetwynd) Minto House, Edinburgh




Interview with Dr. Angela McClanahan, published as an exhibition handout during Undercurrent solo exhibition at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.



Acting up: Talking Power, Parody and Identity with Rachel Maclean Interview with artist Rachel Maclean for BOTA magazine

Awarded distinction in final year dissertation: Perfect People Perfect Places: The Social Construction of Our Ideals


Relevant Experience


Street Arts support worker, WHALE Arts Centre, Edinburgh

Committee member, Critical Network: Edinburgh Artist’s Moving Image

Life Drawing Tutor, List of Life



Studio Assistant, Studio Alec Finlay

Selection committee member, Edinburgh Artists’ Moving Image Festival



Green screen Workshop leader, LEAPS at the University of Edinburgh


2014- 2015

Events assistant, Edinburgh College of Art



Exhibitions assistant, Edinburgh Art Festival