2018/20 MA Fine Art, Arts University Bournemouth. Distinction.
2008/09 PGDip Fine Art, Byam Shaw School of Art, Central St Martins. Distinction.
2004/05 Diploma in Art Therapies, University of Hertfordshire.
2020 Royal Academy of Arts, Summer/Winter exhibition.
2020 Fever, MA graduate online show, AUB.
2020 Housebound, The Kitchen, an online exhibition, casartists
2019/20 Mechanical Human Matters, AUB Gallery Bournemouth.
2019 Beaf, MA Group Show, Boscombe, Bournemouth.
2010 Arrested Space, Gallery space, Milton Keynes Hospital.
2009 Over Easy’, Lauderdale House, Highgate Hill. Group Show.
2009 Metamorphose, Islington Arts Factory, London. Group Show.
2009 Concourse Show, Byam Shaw School of Art, London.
2008 - present Freelance Arts and Health Facilitator, various locations including Watford New Hope Trust, Harefield Hospital, Watford Palace Theatre, in conjunction with Nysa
06/12 - 06/13 Project Manager, The Other Side Gallery, London.
07/08 - 10/11 Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust, Arts Project Coordinator.
07/05 - 02/10 Creativity Centre Coordinator, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust.
01/02 - 05/04 Education Officer (PT) Camberwell Arts Week, London.
2012 Co - writer of the Arts in Health Strategy for Camden and Islington Mental Health and
Social Care Trust.
2010 Author of service user training manual for Create @ Tate, a joint project with Tate
Modern and Camden and Islington MHSCT.
2011/12 Mural commissions for Great Ormond Street Hospital childhood obesity intervention
project – phase 2.
2010 Create@Tate, Grant awarded to facilitate a service user group to deliver a public
workshop at the Tate Modern, tackling negative stigma around mental health.
2010 Tall Stories’Awarded a grant deliver pop-up workshops around Islington and curate an
exhibition in celebration of World Mental Health Day.
2008 Kunst in Der Stadt (Art in the City) painting commission an invited to represent Watford
in Mainz, Germany.
2008 Mural commission for Great Ormond Street Hospital child obesity intervention
project - phase 1.