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Artist Bio


I am an environmental artist exploring the connections surrounding human impact on islands and isolated environments. Examining through immersive residencies as artist/traveller, observer; my aim is to look beyond the travel guide rhetoric to create artworks and installations examining the impact of the Anthropocene and consumerism on the utopian destination.

My academic journey has been a testament to my dedication to the arts. I hold a Master of Fine Art (2016) and a Master of Contemporary Art (2014) from the prestigious Sydney College of the Arts - University of Sydney Australia.


I work tirelessly to disseminate the research and resulting artworks in exhibitions and at conferences internationally and in Australia. In 2021 I was invited to speak at the Royal Society of NSW in a talk titled: ‘Antarctica: This Ain’t No Mirage - the value of art in disseminating scientific information'

In 2022, I was honoured to win the Greenway Art Prize, a testament to the impact of my work. In 2023, I showcased my environmentally-focused artworks in four solo exhibitions across NSW (Chrissie Cotter Gallery) and Victoria (Bowery Gallery), featuring my Antarctica-inspired installations. My SOI residency also served as the focus of a solo exhibition at Montsalvat in Victoria. I have also had the privilege of being selected for group exhibitions internationally, including Art Basel Miami, Ancestral Echoes: A Decade of Bio Art SVA New York and the Nautilus Oceans Exhibition at the Explorers Club New York. My work has also been featured in esteemed Australian exhibitions such as the Heysen Landscape Prize, SWELL Sculpture, Wyndham Prize, The Alice Prize, The Ravenswood Prize for Women, North Queensland Ceramic Biennale, and North Sydney Art Prize, just to name a few.


My research has been published in peer reviewed journals and a book, I have been invited to deliver formal lectures and over 23 papers at conferences around the globe.

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