Residencies
Resident Artist Commission with Corridor and Videoclub. Wonder Lab Intervention at Hove Museum for art experiments over five days in February 2024. An intensive lab to explore and respond to the collection at Hove Museum and Screen Archive South East. Find out more here.
Artists’ Represent Recovery Residency - 2022/23 programme. Arts & Health Hub, RAW Material and London Arts and Health.
Group Exhibitions
Wonder Lab Commission Exhibition in May - Sept 2024 Brighton & Hove Museum, UK, 2024
Parsons School of Design, The New School, MFA Photography Graduate Exhibition 2023
Photoville Festival 2023, New York, USA
Photoville Festival 2022, New York, USA
Pingyao International Photography Festival,2022, Pingyao, China
Awards & Grants
Autograph Gallery, Open Call: Identity and Self-Representation Awardee, Jan 2024
Parsons School of Design, The New School, New York, Arnhold Forum Fellowship, Student Research Award 2023
Artists’ Represent Recovery Residency - 2022/23 programme. Arts & Health Hub, RAW Material and London Arts and Health
The Studio Museum, New York, Museum Education Practicum Alumni
Michael C. Toth Scholarship, 2022, Parsons School of Design, The New School, New York
Mayor of London, Culture Seeds Fund, 2019
Curatorial
Member of the British Art Network’s Emerging Curators Group 2024–Jointly supported by Tate and The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art.
Curation of NOW Gallery & The Photography Foundation Black History Month Takeover 26th Oct 2023. Black to Front:  From the Margins into the Centre. An exhibition which centres black photographers and artists whose work subverts mainstream representations of the black experience. Celebrating black British artists outside of the mainstream, representing and presenting work which intersects disability, chronic illness, queerness, faith, and subcultures
OPEN CALL COMMISSION FOR AUTOGRAPH, LONDON. Black Women in Photography: Reframing the Narrative. Wed 26th January, 2024. A conversation with a panel of Black women working across the photography industry as they discuss the importance of self-representation at every level of the image making process. In an industry where the representation of women of colour is still frequently shaped by the white male gaze, this event looks to take a journey to a place where we can explore how we can reshape that narrative.
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