I am a London-based interdisciplinary artist interested in how different instances of self, time or place help create personas, stories or worlds.
I used free-machine embroidery when I was deep into my textile work. This involves a particular type of ‘foot’ on my machine (a Bernina 1008) that allows for moving the fabric freely in any direction. I find it therapeutic to react to the immediate stitches just laid down, and to the texture and irregularities of … Continue reading Threads
Drawing. My nemesis. And yet, I’m ok enough at it to be fine by me. I’m right handed. One of the things I do, in order to loosen up, is draw with my left hand. I much prefer the results. Softer and more accurate. More about responding to what I’m seeing. I do enjoy looking … Continue reading Drawing