I am a visual artist working across moving image, photography, and installation. My work primarily revolves around navigating the political and the poetic within the collective consciousness of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour) communities. It is underpinned by the three pillars of sound, silence, and spirituality, drawing inspiration from spirituality from the Global South, minimalism, and the durational slow filmmaking movement.
I am interested in creating work that responds to the inner and outer landscapes of marginalised groups inhabiting cities.
I have a Fulbright Scholarship MFA Photography with Parsons, The New School, New York.
I have created two publications, a participatory photo zine about sight loss in the London, and a recent photo book about women of colour in photography called Negative Space. Available to purchase at South London Gallery, Whitechapel Art Gallery and The Photographers' Gallery, London.