My practice explores the real and the illusion. My aim is to capture unpredictable and irreproducible outcomes and happenings that break the fabric of our everyday life.
FMP: On November 24th, 2017, a false alarm, which originated from unclear sources, made thousands of people believe that a terror attack was happening in the streets of Oxford Circus. 'Black Friday' narrates the event, as seen from different perspectives and including both objective and subjective facts and experiences of the day. What is 'true'? Does it (really) matter?
School of Communication
MA Visual Communication, 2018
I believe that today’s need for immediacy - partly owed to digital media - makes it difficult to discern ‘reality’ within a polluted digital landscape.
Through my practice, my aim is to discover what is (more) real, and I do this by examining episodes of ‘accidental reality’, questioning the (ir)reproducibility of media, and by attempting to escape ‘linear’ conceptions of time and space.
My practice involves experimenting with different media, including projections, sound, graphics and 3D reproduction.
- BA Fashion Styling and Communication, Middlesex University, London, 2014; Foundation in Art and Design, University of East London, 2011
- Production Coordinator, LE BOOK, New York, 2016/2017; Graphic Design Assistant, Milton Glaser Inc, New York, 2015; Graphic Design Assistant, Walter Bernard Design, New York, 2015; Creative Multimedia Content Intern, Modern Matter Magazine, London, 2014
- Washing Machine Magazine Issue 1 Launch event, Arebyte Gallery, London, 2014; Typographic Singularity Exhibition, Courtyard Gallery, RCA Kensington, 2018; Common Market Exhibition, Courtyard Gallery, RCA Kensington, 2018
- Washing Machine Magazine, Issue One ' White wash', 40 pages; Washing Machine Magazine, Issue Two ' Delicate wash', 40 pages