2024 Guardians of the sundoor, forthcoming film and installation, more details soon.

2023 installation, EVA International Biennial, Ireland

2021 The binding object group show, Casal Solleric kunsthalle, Palma de Mallorca

2020 All is leaf - plant connection guide commissioned for Camden Arts Centre, The Botanical Mind: Art, Mysticism and the Cosmic Tree

2019 All is leaf, so to amplify the wonder solo installation for Barbican curated Leytonstone Loves Film, for Walthamstow London Borough of Culture, at Church Lane Community gardens

2019 PEER 20th anniversary show with Fourthland, part of group show

2018 BREADROCK, PEER, solo show in collaboration with Fourthland

2018 I carry you in my eyes, Kestle Barton, Cornwall, solo show with Fourthland

2017 Permissible notations of, PEER, Hoxton solo show with Fourthland

2017 Nowheresomewhere pedal powered solo installation, Barbican foyer commission

2017 Nowheresomewhere solo installation, William Morris gallery, Walthamstow

2016 Nowheresomewhere pedal powered solo installation, Walthamstow Garden Party

2015 Folk in her machine, solo installation, Milton Keynes gallery

2015 Tradition, Pumphouse gallery group show


All is leaf, so to amplify the wonder 2022 The shape of a circle in the dream of a fish, Serpentine gallery/galeria municipal do Porto

2020 online for Camden Arts Centre: Art, Mysticism and the Cosmic Tree, as part of plant connection guide

I carry you in my eyes

2018 Kestle Barton

BREADROCK, I feel like doing this

2021 LADA screens

2021 Braziers International Film Festival

2018 Kestle Barton

2018 PEER


2016 Somerset House, ‘Utopia’ season

2016 Barbican

2016 William Morris gallery


2020 ICA, London Short Film Festival, artist film retrospective

2020 Thames festival

2016 Flatpack Film Festival

2016 Milton Keynes gallery

2015 L’Abominable experimental film cooperative, Paris

2015 ICA, London Short Film Festival - nominated for Best Experimental Film Award

2014 NOW gallery: ‘Unshore: the artists’ Thames’

Invisible Dialogue

2017 Analogue Recurring, Lo&Behold gallery

2014 Jerwood gallery, Hastings

2016 Dresden Film Festival – In Competition

What lies below

2015 BFI premiere


Folk In Her Machine

2017 Alchemy Film Festival

2014 Late night opening event of Jeremy Deller’s Venice Biennalle show ‘English Magic’, William Morris gallery

2014 PLACE: Occupation film premiere, Snape, curated by Gareth Evans.

2014 Plymouth Arts Centre

2014 Fundação Manuel António da Mota, Porto, Portugal


2007 BBC Big Screen, Birmingham

2005 7" cinema, Birmingham

2008 Nordic Anthropological Film Festival, Trondheim, Norway

2008 Mecanoo architecten, Delft, Netherlands


2020 Unconscious narratives for unseen films with James Holcombe and Tavistock Institute. Online performance, visualisations and collective camera-less filmmaking workshop series

2019 All is leaf performance event in Church Lane community gardens for Barbican curated Leytonstone Loves Film

2019 All is leaf programme of Summer workshops and performance, Organiclea, Walthamstow Garden Party, and Leytonstone Loves Film

2019 All is leaf, movement workshops led in collaboration with dancer and choreographer Fernanda Muñoz Newsome

2019 Art and ecology talk for Soup water bread, Drawing Shed, Walthamstow

2019 All is leaf Drawing shed estate, Walthamstow. Performance and plant connection gathering with estate residents

2018 Chant of the Whaleswan, Kestle Barton, Summer programme of workshops and performances in collaboration with Fourthland

2018 Cloth of a thousand, Kestle Barton, Spring programme of workshops with Syrian families and other Cornish residents

2018 I Carry You in My Eyes | Myth and Magic in Social Practice Symposium with PEER and Fourthland

2017-18 BREADROCK - public programme of workshops for PEER with Fourthland

2017 Wedding to the bread. performance and screening event on the Wenlock Barn Estate, Hackney with Fourthland

2017 Uncanny pleasure: all the colour nature possesses Tavistock Institute 70th anniversary festival workshop

2015-16 Nowheresomewhere public programme event and workshop series for William Morris gallery artist residency on site and at Organiclea, including ecological processing workshop, tinting film with natural plant dyes, and artist-led walking tour

2016 and 2017 Rosemary and time ecological filmmaking and film tinting workshop series,

2014 Experimental Folklore workshop series,

2014 New Community Spaces: Collaboration and Creativity in the Landscape, Hooke Park, Architectural Association, Dorset

2014 Stitching in time – Stitching into film cameraless filmmaking workshop, William Morris gallery

2013 Feeling sound Café Oto, talk, panel discussion and screening

2013 Folk in her Machine CRiSAP. In the Field, field recording symposium, British library


2023 Hogchester Arts, Dorset with Chantal Powell, supported by A-N bursary

2020 New season threads, The Mothership, Dorset, June 2020, supported by the Mothership. Residency blog here

2018 I Carry you in my eyes, Kestle Barton, Summer 2018

2018 Cloth of a Thousand, Kestle Barton, March 2018, ACE supported.

2016 Café Tissardmene, Sahara, Morocco

2015 Nowheresomewhere William Morris gallery, ACE supported.


2023 A-N Bursary for making ceramic works at Hogchester Arts with Chantal Powell

2020 Camden Arts Centre commission to create plant guide for The Botanical Mind show

2020 The Mothership supported artist residency

2019 Corporation of London and Heritage Lottery Organiclea Bee Wild project Grant support for All is leaf

2019 Loughborough London open fund award for Leytonstone Loves film performance event

2019 Barbican and Walthamstow London Borough of Culture support for all is leaf

2019 Arts Council England All is leaf, so to amplify the wonder

2018 Arts Council England (SW) - I Carry you in my Eyes

2018 Awards for All – I Carry you in My Eyes

2018 Arts Council England – Cloth of a Thousand Kestle Barton residency and PEER chaired symposium

2017 Arts Council England – BREADROCK

2017 Paul and Louise Cooke Foundation – BREADROCK

2017 A-N newsletter – awarded support to attend Documenta, Kassel

2016 Arts Council England - NowhereSomewhere

2017 Barbican Foyer Art commission – NowhereSomewhere

2017 Barbican support for Walthamstow Garden party installation

2016 William Morris Gallery award for residency, supported by ACE

2015 Wellcome Trust in partnership with BFI and – What Lies Below

2014 NOW gallery – commission to make Tamesa

2009-2013 Arts and Humanities Research Council funding – practice-based Phd at LCC


2023 highlighted as one of the stand out artists by Cherry Smyth in Art Monthly for installation at EVA International

2018 BREADROCK at PEER, Hoxton. Caroline Douglas, director of Contemporary Art Society, Friday dispatch review, March

2018 Art Monthly, BREADROCK review


2024 inclusion of all is leaf in forthcoming Serpentine publication - the shape of a circle in the mind of a fish

2019 Social Housing in Performance, The English Council Estate on and off Stage, Katie Beswick published by Bloomsbury

2016 We cannot unsee, Sequence journal, Spring 2016

2014 Folk in her Machine ART/E/FACT issue 3: Experimental Folklore


2009-13 Practice-Based Phd in artist film, LCC, with William Raban

Arts and Humanities Research Council funded (AHRC)

2004-6 MA Visual Anthropology, Goldsmiths College, pass with distinction

2001-3 Diploma in Photography, Bellas Artes, Barcelona

1994-97 BA in Cultural Geography/Anthropology, Nottingham University


2012 Improvised movement training, ongoing, including Continuum and Feldenkrais

2017-19 Sensory herbalism practitioner course with the Seed Sistas, Dorset