My work focuses on endangered species particularly in the UK.
I enjoy creating, screen printing, block printing and ceramics anything with printing patterns onto different mediums. I'm interested in endangered species specifically bees and wildflowers and this is reflected in what I do.
I concentrate on the environment with emphasis on the chemical impact of farming and the problems related to the use of pesticides. I use natural dying techniques, organic and recycled materials, in contrast with florescent pigment to show the contradictions and chemical elements throughout the countryside.
I try and make my products as eco friendly as I can to show I am conscious of my carbon footprint, I gain lots of inspiration from getting outside and walking around Oxfordshire.
2013 - Exhibited at Oxfordshire school of Art , for Arts Week
2014 - Exhibited Castle Quay shopping centre and The Castle House pub, Banbury
2014 - Exhibited at the Old Fire Station and Blackwells Oxford
2015 - Exhibited Castle Quay shopping centre ,Banbury
2015 - New Designers exhibited in the Jewellery and Contemporary Design Crafts section, at the Business Design Centre London
2016 - Exhibited at the Annie Sloan Shop as part of The Annie Sloan and Friends Arts Week exhibition
2017- Displayed and sold products at The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury
2018 – 2019 - Exhibited at Esty Oxford, Wychwood Forest Fair, Cooges Mannor Farm, Nicholson’s Christmas Fair, Independent Oxford.
2020- Featured in Tatler Magazine April Edition
Shows/ Fairs 2021