An artist with a diverse background cultivating a multimedia and interdisciplinary creative practice in London and beyond.

Image-making is the cornerstone of the practice from exploring black-and-white photography to studying video art at university and later working as a multimedia producer. The works continue to evolve with a variety of methods and materials that emerge organically from research and development driven by conceptual necessities. Recent projects have included photographs, videos, texts, digital graphics, prints, and custom-made objects.
Multiplicity is natural in the approach shaped by a peripatetic upbringing in the Philippines and England, itinerant work around the UK and Europe, and crossovers into mass media and fine art. Like many people navigating across cultures and communities, I have found myself between places and spaces in various contexts, witnessing different ways of seeing and being from the edges of overlapping lines.
Along the way I was drawn to the manifestations of these conditions through found marks and chance encounters, becoming a thread in some works as I began to record and (re)consider residual artefacts from our attempts to exist and communicate in this era. It reflects a broader aim to excavate traces of narratives and perspectives from the periphery and palimpsest of contemporary society, typically processed with recurring strategies including documentary, accumulation, intervention, appropriation, abstraction, and de/reconstruction.
You can see examples of these attempts in Selected Works. Other projects are also progressing in earnest and I welcome opportunities to show, collaborate, and/or experiment with ongoing enquiries.
MFA in Fine Art, UAL: Wimbledon College of Arts, 2017-2019
BA in Media Arts, Royal Holloway, University of London, 2003-2006

Attention, PROW 66 Wimbledon, London, 2019
Jeder Traum Hat Seinen Weg, Projektraum Messing, Berlin, 2018
A Tale of Two Cities, Brighton Digital Festival / Hack Morecambe, 2018
I Am Here TooBloomsbury Festival, London, 2018

Chiaroscuro, Open Projections, Coventry Cathedral, 2019

Photobook Fair, Impressions Gallery, Bradford, 2019
Astronomical Lights, The Crypt Gallery, London, 2019
Postopia, Ugly Duck, London, 2019
Who will provide?, The Crypt Gallery, London, 2018
Street Art Festival, Surface Gallery, Nottingham, 2018
The Art of Making Sense, Triangle Gallery, London, 2018
Channel, Camberwell College of Arts + Online, London, 2017
Conflict, Chelsea College of Arts, London, 2017


Poet Fool, Photobook, 120pp, Limited Edition of 100, 2016

ArtConnect, Exhibitions of the Week: Neologic, May 2020
#PHOTOGRAPHY Magazine, Life According to Graffiti, May 2016
People of Print, Featured Book: Poet Fool, April 2016
Creative Boom, Hearts, Hashtags and Swastikas, March 2016

Poet Fool (2016) is archived at The British Library, London, England; Bodleian Library, Oxford University, England; The Cambridge University Library, England; National Library of Scotland; National Library of Wales; Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; and The Library Project (Photobook Collection), Dublin, Ireland.

Lives and works in London, UK
There is no there, there (detail), vinyl prints of photo series, 2019
There is no there, there (detail), video with sound on screen, 2019
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