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Seeing into the soul of a woodland

I live a short walk from the Hackney Marshes and the tiny Wick Woodland, and one of the beautiful, unpredicted results of being here under lockdown is that I have fallen in love with this vast green space near my house. I’ve always loved and appreciated it — but now … Read More

Imagining your death…

I’ve been playing with images of my dad to learn a bit of Photoshop. He died in 2007, but not a day goes by that he is not in my thoughts. I don’t have a religious faith, but sometimes I still feel that he is still alive in some way, … Read More

exhibition: ‘Through the Looking Glass’ with Lumen

Lumen present Through the Looking Glass: Humanity’s Changing Vision of the Universe, an exhibition of over 50 artists, illuminating how technology has influenced a collective view of the Universe. Dates: 16 – 20 October 2019Private View: 15th October 6-9pmOpening Hours: 16-20 October 12-6pmVenue: Ugly Duck 47-49 Tanner St, Bermondsey, London … Read More

exhibition: Fields: MA Art and Science degree show

MA Art and Science graduating students at Central Saint Martins present a dynamic and engaging exhibition and events programme showcasing their interdisciplinary take on contemporary issues. Innovative lines of thought merge with experimental techniques, stimulating creative discourse, as students explore the relationship between art and science, disciplines that inform and … Read More

workshop: Open Platform at the Wellcome Reading Room

Julie Light and I will be holding two collaborative events in February 2018 as part of the Wellcome Collection’s Open Platform series in the Reading Room. On February 10, ‘Visible Interiors’ explores how people visualise their bodies at a cellular level. On February 15, ‘Invisible Interiors’ explores ideas around how we … Read More

exhibition: TedX Whitehall and The Royal Society

I’m pleased to have my work included in an exhibition as part of TedX Whitehall with the Royal Society’s programme Changing Expectations of Art and Science, January 2018. We Are All Made of Stars: Matters of Scale (Box Set) links medical and astronomical explorations using images from advancing technologies: negatives from outdated … Read More