I am an interdisciplinary artist, musician, composer and workshop facilitator based in Newcastle upon Tyne (UK). My practice is centered around performance, electronic music composition, video collage and print. Improvisation and collaboration are key elements in my process, all driven by a desire to explore the concept of 'future folk' ~ ad hoc, at hand, accessible ~ expressive, community focused experiences that defy genre and situational norms ~ we are rooted in our folk histories and reaching out into the darkness.


(2018 - 2020) Creative Arts Practice (MA), Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne (UK)​
(2013 - 2017) Fine Art (BA) Hons, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne (UK)
(2016) Erasmus exchange programme, Det Jyske Kunstakademi, Aarhus (DK)
(2012 - 2013) Foundation in Art and Design, Chesterfield College, Chesterfield (UK)


Sage Gateshead Artist in Residence, Gateshead (UK)
CAMP FR Radio Station host, Online

(2020) Sage Gateshead Summer Studios, Gateshead (UK)
(2020) Rubbr Instagram Residency, Online
(2017) Godsbanen, Aarhus (DK)
(2017) Galleri Andromeda, Gellerup (DK)
(2016) AIR Antwerpen, Antwerp (BE)

Collaborations and Commissions

Emergency Librarian 2: Band Member
Creative Spaces C.I.C.: Community music workshop leader, Newcastle upon Tyne
Noize Choir: Member
Halcyon Jane: Band Member

Their Cancer Journey: workshops with the London School of Hygine and Tropical Medicine
Strange Charm: commissioned piece for Cosmology Night, performed at Ernest, Newcastle upon Tyne
What She Knew: commissioned piece for Papaya Press Launch, performed at TESTT Space, Durham
UNDERSCORE: publication and performance events, North Wing, Newcastle upon Tyne and NGCA, Sunderland
Anima performance group: Founding member

Selected exhibitions/events

Shifting Sands (audio/light installation, live performance), Scarborough Market Vaults, Scarborough

The Late Shows (audio/light installation), Star and Shadow Cinema, Newcastle upon Tyne

I Heard You Say (listening programme), Förderverein Aktuelle Kunst, Münster (DE)
Drone Ensemble (guest performer), Boiler Room, Newcastle upon Tyne
Performance Venture Evening (live performance), Humber Street Gallery, Hull
What These Lungs Are For (event coordinator/live performance/print installation/workshop leader), Ground, Hull
EC1 24H Copenhagen 2018 (live performance), Lokale, Copenhagen (DK)

Urban Substitution (live performance), Ceresbyen1a, European Capital of Culture 2017, Aarhus (DK)
Newcastle University Degree Show (installation/durational live performance), Great North Museum, Newcastle upon Tyne & Hoxton Arches, London
Children of Tomorrow (audio/print installation), Galleri Andromeda, Gellerup (DK)

A hand in wet concrete, a foot in the sea, and all things between are between you and me (audio/sculptural installation), AIR Antwerpen, Antwerp (BE)
Klumpglomorate (live performance/zines), Art Weekend Aarhus (DK)
The Parasite is Inside You (live performance), Mayhem, Copenhagen (DK)
Things Taking up Space (live performance), Splab at DJK, Aarhus (DK)
LOOPS (video installation), SpLab at DJK, Aarhus (DK)

Wittgenstein grave restoration project (live performance with Anima), Ascension Parish Burial Ground, Cambridge
Take care of the senses and the sounds will take care of themselves (live performance), Newbridge Annex Space, Newcastle upon Tyne

Selected Performance Participant/Session Musician Work

"A Place to Fall to Pieces", Witches chorus in 'Winter Hill' by Isobel and Anna Hughes
"And Everything Far Off Becomes Our Home" by Ciara Lenihan and Aloe Corry, Baltic 39, Newcastle upon Tyne
"The North Sea Project" with Ditte Elly, The Sage, Gateshead
"Bodyssey Odyssey" with Noize Choir, Baltic 39, Newcastle upon Tyne
“Simulacrum” with Noize Choir, commissioned by Dawn Felicia Knox, Hadrian’s Wall, Walltown Quarry
”The Endeavour" by Mikhail Karikis, Tyneside Cinema
“The Lemon” by Charlotte Valletta, Newcastle University Fine Art Degree Show, Hatton Gallery
“If the edge of the world really is an abyss” by Ditte Goard, Newcastle University Fine Art Degree Show, Hatton Gallery
"Hunky Bluff" by Lina Lapelytė, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art