A little bit about me...
As an empowered young female artist and musician from the UK, I am passionate about bringing a positive impact to others through my artistic work and I love creating my artwork. I am not tied to one medium and express myself freely through many different artistic styles. I treat the creative process of my work as a mindfulness practise, and work intuitively. My work covers a wide range of subjects that are unified through the universal force of unconditional love. I focus on symbolising and expressing the connections between myself and others, to my surroundings, my music, and to the cosmos. The saying ‘art for the soul’ resonates strongly with me and I strive to connect myself and others with my artwork, expressing what cannot be expressed through words alone.
Having always been recognised for the potential in my artwork, I've received numerous awards from a young age and held the art scholarship at King's High School Warwick for five years before moving to Manchester for sixth form to pursue my love of music as a trombonist at Chetham's School of Music, where I studied Art, Music and Music Technology. I have exhibited in venues across Warwickshire and last year I was honoured to be invited to her studio and collaborate with Fi Burke, who has exhibited at the Royal Academy. This year I am proud to say that I have been invited to exhibit internationally as well as nationally.
Having taken on the role of Artist in Residence at Newson Health in Stratford-upon-Avon in Spring 2021, I am thrilled to see my works displayed and to be able to bring a beautiful positive impact to the community there with my work.
I am now studying at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where I am able to combine my different creative outlets and develop freely as an artist.