Visual Artist and Creative Technologist based in Norwich, UK. Using technology, abstraction and play to investigate the relationship between virtual and physical spaces. Outputs include interactive installations, apps and gallery exhibitions.

Organisations I’ve worked with:

National Gallery, British Council, Tate, Nottingham Contemporary, Near Now, Lumen Prize, Studio Wayne McGregor, Collusion, NUA, OriginalProjects, Children’s Media Conference, Site Gallery, Fak’ugesi Festival, Edinburgh International Science Festival, Phoenix, QUAD, Queen Mary University, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art, LEVEL, Eureka Children’s Centre, Light Night Leeds, Quay’s Culture, Yarmonics.

All work is available for licensing, screening and exhibitions. 

Automated Spatial Transformations

Year: 2016-2018
Collaboration: None
Commissioned: QUAD, Queen Mary University, Caernarfon Castle
Automated Spatial Transformations is a series of work in which parts of virtual models of physical spaces the work is shown in are procedurally repositioned, rotated and scaled- mirroring the 3 most used transformations in 3D software and suggesting alternative modes of spatial configuration. The disjointed, exploded layouts that the software proposes is in some iterations of the work immediately printed and displayed in situ.

Show at:

“Native : Construct the Future”, Hoxton Gallery, London, UK, 2016.
“Will Hurt : Configurations”, QUAD, Derby, UK, 2016.
“Topophilia”, Nees, Denmark, 2017.
“Stamp : Castell02”, Caernarfon Castle, UK, 2018.
“Intersections”, Mile End Art Pavilion, London, UK, 2018.