I have been working with plants and resin in my home studio for the past six years, completing over 200 commissions, running multiple workshops, markets, and showing in exhibitions where possible. However, due to the global shifts we have experienced in the last few years and being diagnosed with ADHD in 2020 I have been working towards a business model that is more accommodating to my needs as a neurodivergent artist.
My artwork explores the relationships we have with each other, nature and all the elements within. I aim for my work to be satisfying to touch and visually dynamic, inviting you to seek out all the hidden details. It is important that I run an environmentally and neurodivergent friendly practice that inspires us to look a little deeper and care just a little more.
I have been working increasingly with casting mediums to create sculpted wall and table artwork and jewelry in the past few years.
My studio is in my home, where I run my business on a full-time basis around my young son.