Within my practice I examine notions of the everyday, explicitly the passing of time. I contemplate neurodiversity and how individuals respond to ever-changing conditions. I use abstract imagery as a language to show how our visual senses conjure specific reactions to what is happening around us.
Being a student at UCLan has been significant in the growth of both my personal and professional development. Throughout my fine art degree I have had the privilege of being able exhibit in the Hanover Gallery and assist with exhibitions for established artists.
I have fulfilled the role of student well-being ambassador offering support to other students with their university experience. Additionally, I have worked in the position of student assistant with the National Saturday Club, this is an art and design based session, which is held at the university.
In this role I engage and support young people aged 13-16 in a creative capacity.
Keywords: light, projection, Time, Colour, Everyday, Film, Vision, Image, Perception, social, socially engaged, Neurodiversity, surroundings