In January 2021, I was one of 60 artists selected to collaborate virtually across independent creative networks throughout the UK, including Eastside Projects (EOP), CAMP, G39 (WARP), The NewBridge Project, Spike Island (Spike Associates), and Turf Projects. More...
1n 2020, I developed the most ambitious of my production projects to date, Scramble. In collaboration with Pinapple Black, Middlesbrough, The NewBridge Project, Newcastle, Curator Jess Bennett and members of the The Collective Studio 2019, I brought together 34 artists in an major exhibition of current contemporary practice. About..More...
In November 2019, I was awarded the SR1 Residency, a 9 month studio residency exploring the early ceramics industry in the North East. This residency was produced by curator Vincent Todd and supported by Arts Council England, MBC studios and Sunderland Culture, and resulted in a solo exhibition at the Mackie's Corner Contemporary Art Space in Sunderland.
In 2018, I was commissioned, in collaboration with artist Sian O'keefe and curator Vincent Todd, by Sunderland Culture to produce an Open Access Community event as part of the Tall Ships Arts Programming in July 2018. More...
In 2018, I was invited to collaborate with artist Katie Schwab and Foundation Press, and students from the University of Sunderland to produce a range of blow glassware. This collaboration was part of the Common Room project at the National Glass Centre, Sunderland.
WHAT WOULD LEONARDO MAKE TODAY?
In January 2019, I completed a 2 month collaboration with students from the University of Sunderland to produce works in response to the theme, What would Leonardo make today? The resulting work was exhibited as part of the Leonardo da Vinci : A Life in Drawing Exhibition at Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens Gallery, and commissioned by curator Shauna Gregg.
One Fourteen Fourteen
In January 2018, I teamed up with artist Jess Browne to co-curate and produce One Fourteen Fourteen at The Priestman Gallery, Sunderland.
Ushaw Light Installation
In 2018, I was one of several artists to work alongside Durham Lumiere Artist Mick Stephenson at Ushaw College Chapel. We produced a vast light installation for the two day Festival of Creativity Conference hosted by Durham Creatives.