My practice attempts to explore residual artefacts of contemporary society: from informal accumulations of digital files and tangible objects; to the marks left behind in public spaces; and the manifestations of efforts to process and transmit information with media, technology and communication systems. 
Embracing the freedom and possibilities of various methods and materials, I aim to produce texts, images, forms and encounters reflecting on the potential value, meaning or history embedded in human-made traces that can so easily be lost, ignored or forgotten. In an effort to capture fragments of personal and collective experiences, the resulting works often try to consider the different realities and perceptions affecting identity, culture and memory.
I have an interdisciplinary and multimedia approach to work, influenced by a multicultural personal background, a diverse professional experience across creative industries, and a varied education including theoretical and practical studies in media arts at Royal Holloway, University of London, image production at UAL: London College of Communication, and fine art at UAL: Wimbledon College of Arts.