Photo: William Marsey
A self-taught artist filmmaker, I create experimental films inspired by my research in neurology and philosophy in relation to the human brain and its interpreting of
the external world, seeking to transport viewers to under-explored mental spaces. My latest work delves into homophobia and our perception of queerness.
My work has been shown in exhibitions and film festivals in the UK and abroad.
Recent and upcoming screenings and exhibitions include Whitechapel Gallery, London; B3 Biennal of the moving image, Frankfurt; Swiss Church, London; Well Projects, Margate; Turf Projects, Croydon; LIMBO, Margate; Whitstable Biennial, Guest Projects, London. Recent film festivals include Underwire Film Festival, London; KINOSKOP Analogue Festival, Belgrade; Traverse Video, Toulouse; East End Film Festival, London.
I was an Open School East Artist Associate in 2018, a Margate-based space for artistic and collaborative learning. In 2019/20 I am one of six artists selected to be part of the Film London Artist Moving Image Network Fellowship (FLAMIN), a major scheme for early-career artist filmmakers.
I also work as a freelance film director and producer, having made music videos
for artists Elena Tonra (Ex:Re/Daughter), Night Works and Holy Moly & The
Crackers, as well as Abbey Road Studios and the concert series Listenpony. In
2019, I researched and produced a documentary about the youth climate change movement (‘THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, WE ARE THE RESCUERS’) for Dazed digital.