Her practice often deals with elusive subject matters; a search for the unknown, a psychological state, the act of communication and interpretation. She is interested in creating a loose, expressive form of documentation that leaves room for subjective interpretations, embracing the suggestive and metaphorical potential of photographs.
She gained her BA (Hons) in Photography at the University of Brighton, and has recently completed her MA in Photography at the University of West England.
She was one of the recipients of the Magenta Foundation Flash Forward award 2017, selected as a Commended winner of the Genesis Imaging Postgraduate Award 2018, shortlisted for the Brighton Photo Fringe Open Solo 18, awarded third prize in the British Journal of Photography’s International Photography Award 2019, shortlisted for the Images Vevey Book Award, and most recently selected as one of the Jury’s Choice in the Prix Virginia 2020. Her work has been exhibited nationally & internationally, including as a solo presentation at Format Festival 2019 as part of their thematic Forever/Now, at Pingyao International Photography Festival, China, in Profound Movement group exhibit at Houston Centre for Photography, and most recently as a solo exhibit at Landskrona Foto 2020.