Previous/Upcoming Work

Current/Upcoming Work

Associate Lecturer, London College of Communication

Awards and Residencies

a-n Artists Bursaries 2021: Time Space Money

Arts Council Developing Your Creative Practice Fund, 2021-2


'that place of familiarity that holds and hurts', Hordaland Kunstsenter, Norway (artist, group), curated by Amber Ablett, 2nd October - 14th November 2021

Talks and screenings

An Echo For My Father screening, Brighton Digital Festival, 29th October - 7th November 2021


Hypericum: A Code of Practice working group, initiated by Obsidian Coast (ongoing)


Accessibility column, Frieze, bi-monthly from July 2021

Creating Change mini-series, British Journal of Photography, fortnightly from July 2021

Essay in A Woman's Work, published by Kaunus Gallery, Lithuania, 2021 (print)

Previous Work

Artist Commissions

An Echo for my Father (film), autumn 2021

Artist Edition Bookmark, Industria, 2021

Collective Imaginings (podcast), Lighthouse, 2021

Awards and Residencies

MA Art History, University of Sussex, highest degree in Art History department 2021

Gasworks studio residency artist, January – April 2021

GRAIN Covid-19 Response Writing Bursary, October 2020

Talks and screenings

An Echo For My Father screening (clip), 6x6 (online), 13th September - 25th October 2021

An Echo For My Father screening, Obsidian Coast (online), 4th-17th October 2021



How open-access resources can support disabled artists, Frieze, November 2021 (print and online)

Rene Matic interview, British Journal of Photography, November 2021 (print)

Love at First Bite: Are Vampires the Subversive Saviours Society Needs?, Elephant, November 2021 (online)

Conditions review, Art Monthly, Issue 450, October 2021 (print)

Creating Change: Bare Minimum Collective on Prioritising Laziness, British Journal of Photography, October 2021 (online)

An Offering: Trust (A written response to Back Inside Ourselves), Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, September 2021 (online)

Artist Q&A, 6x6 (online)

How can art and design bring people together to improve our mental health?, It's Nice That, September 2021 (online)

Creating Change: Ajamu X on the importance of building a nuanced archive of Black queer life, British Journal of Photography, August 2021 (online)

Creating Change: Leah Clements on working towards a disability inclusive art world, British Journal of Photography, July 2021 (online)

Interview with Harun Morrison and Leah Clements, Frieze, July 2021 (online)

Creating Change: Silvia Rosi on art as a form of self-reflection and recuperation, British Journal of Photography, July 2021 (online)

Contextual essay for Deptford X festival, July 2021 (online)

In a World That Makes Us Sick, Bare Minimum Collective Have the Antidote, Frieze, July 2021 (online)

Creating Change: Industria on Advocating for Fair Pay, British Journal of Photography, July 2021 (online)

Turning the Camera on Myself: The Limitless Potentials of the Self-portrait in the work of Ronan Mckenzie, Photomonitor, June 2021 (online)

The future of art spaces: How accessible is the virtual space?, British Journal of Photography, June 2021 (online + print)

This Artwork Changed My Life, Elephant, June 2021 (online)

In the meantime... exhibition response, Royal College of Art and Camden Art Centre, May 2021, (online)

Lindsey Mendick at Cooke Latham gallery review, Frieze, May 2021 (online + print)

How to Start a Gallery in a Pandemic, Frieze, February 2021 (online)


Olu Ogunnaike at Cell Project Space review, Frieze, December 2020 (online + print)

On the Blue in WATA, HOME, exhibition text, December 2020 (online)

Dozie Kanu at Project Native Informant review, Frieze, November 2020 (online + print)

Moving Towards Rupture, Resistance and Refusal in Black Moving Image Works, GRAIN, October 2020 (online)

Towner Cinema Newsletter (Guest Editor), August 2020 (online)

Practicing Care for Ourselves and One Another Handout, produced for Deptford X Support Network, August 2020 (online)

'Situating Myself in the Photoworks Archive', Photoworks Annual, July 2020 (print)

'The Quiet Revolution of the Self Isolated', Art Work Magazine, July 2020 (online)

'Does Anyone Really Care? Learning How to Sustain a Practice in the Arts and Survive', Who's Doing the Washing Up, Re-imagine Europe, February 2020 (online)


'The BBZ art show looks at what it means to take up space and survive', Dazed Digital, August 2019 (online)

'Freedom of Movement: Dancing Towards a New Conception of Europe', Photoworks Annual, March 2019 (print)


'Tools for Resistance', Cause and Effect, 2017 (print)

Talks and screenings

The Conch, South London Gallery (online), 15th September 2021 6.30-8.30pm

Rave Today, Sussex Festival of Ideas, 2021

CVAN South East, Nov 2019

'Who's Taking Care of Artists?', Fabrica Gallery, Brighton, Oct 2019 (Panel discussion: curated and hosted)

University Arts London, Oct 2019

Platform B Radio, Sept 2019

'Does Anyone Really Care?', Lighthouse, Brighton, July 2019

Aesthetica Symposium, March 2019

Typical Girls Launch, Lighthouse, Brighton, May 2018

Sad Girls Club, Jan 2018

'Open Session', Lighthouse, Brighton, Jan 2018

She Says Brighton, Sept 2017

Brighton Photo Fringe, Oct 2016

Womad Festival, July 2016


Photoworks Annual, Guest Editor, 2020 (print)

Typical Girls Magazine, Founding Editor, 2015-2018 (print)


'Practicing Care for Ourselves and One Another', Support Network, Deptford X, August 2020

Discover! Creatives Career Day, University of Brighton, Nov 2019 (Curating workshop)

Reflections of Us, Brighton Photo Fringe, Oct 2018 (programme of curating workshops: curated and facilitated)


Dancing in Peckham, Peckham 24, May 2019

MOVE, 1-1, Basel, Switzerland, Feb 2019

Reflections of Us, Brighton Photo Fringe, Oct 2018

Kings House: In Transition, Brighton Photo Fringe, Oct 2016