I am a recent graduate of Manchester School of Art. I have a keen interest in filming and video editing as this was my main practice at university. During my time there, I produced various videos for different purposes. My degree show exhibition was a multi-projection video and sound piece which explored childhood wonder and involved breaking a lot of kid’s toys. I have also worked at several events across Manchester, including making promotional videos for Pumpcage to celebrate their funding for their new addition to the park. In my free time I make music videos for my friends, and short films for poetry.
I grew up in a small village outside of Hereford, the land of cider. I lived in the same place in my entire life, surrounded by the same things. When I was 18 I moved to Manchester, a huge switch up from living somewhere that had one bus every hour, to being able to go out and do things any time of the day.
In my practice I explore the self and the every day, and within this I focus on mental health and LGBTQ+ issues. I work mainly with video and audio, and experiment with new ways to create openly queer spaces. My work is a process of breaking and remaking things to make them work the way I want them to.