Working across photography, performative action and video her practice is essentially an exploration of spatial and natural environments. In 2020 curated an exhibition for Bus Projects, Collingwood Yards, titled, ‘Future Ourselves, Scenes’. In 2021 she commenced an Artist Residency with Wollongong University, NS.W. In 2022 she was offered Artist Residencies with the Bundanon Trust, N.S.W, and Point Nepean National Park, Portsea, Vic. During 2022 ‘We were there, shifting space’ a group of images, was exhibited in Light Boxes; at Carlton Library, supported by Yarra City Arts. Her work was selected for The National Portrait Prize, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, and The Bowness Prize, Monash Gallery of Art. At CAVES Gallery, Melbourne as, Guest Curator in Residence she curated the group exhibition ‘Communal Atmosphere or The Space the air (Falls) behind you as you move’. In May she co-curated a Performance series with Storm Gold at CAVES gallery, Melbourne. In August, she was selected as a Finalist in the Bowness Photography Prize at the Museum of Australian Photography, Melbourne. This year she has a solo exhibition in March for PHOTO24, the International Festival of Photography in Melbourne.


Across photography, video, and performative action my practice firmly references landscape and place and is an exploration of spatial and natural environments. Producing works about site, and place, are attempts at holding the fleeting, physical and abstract landscapes upon which new possibilities may be imagined through photographic and other means. A recent series of work and interventions, tests out these ideas and strategies, taking place at locations such as public parks, temporary structures, vacant offices, artist studios, unoccupied houses and community halls. The locations that I choose are intrinsic to a project. In this way I consider what can I do here, how will this evolve, what is the process?


Black and white collaged photographs depicting crashing waves with circle cut outs and layering

Dark Matter 2024