I explore and reconfigure imagery using science, biology and anatomy as a starting point for my ideas and development.

I look upon the human form as a building, a symbiosis of biology and micro architecture, subject to decay, structural damage and invisible change.

Frequently, the work I make is in response to how the body is mapped scientifically, treated medically and viewed culturally.

My work sometimes hints at a biological structure, molecular form, and explores the hidden disease and unknown fragility contained within us as living beings.


Freehand machine embroidery, felt and silk

Osseous - close up

Batik, fabric paint and print on silk, machine embroidery, tissue and acetate

Previous work