I am an academic, archaeologist, curator, artist and writer. My work is a process of excavation; an unravelling of layers of time, memory and substance. It is a philosophical enquiry and experience, concerned with trace, elements, the senses, inscription and corporeal interplay. I draw upon and specialise in the philosophical school of phenomenology as a critical and performative lens through which I work. I have held artistic residences in England, Scotland, Hungary and Spain, curated visual and performance art events at Arnolfini (Bristol, UK), Salisbury (UK) and Bath (UK) and has exhibited my work in the UK, Berlin and Sweden.
I am currently completing a PhD in Archaeology (UCL), a project that explores sensory perceptions of landscape and ritual practices of deposition. I also research and lecture in writing, around areas of voice, identity, self and performance.
I have lectured in a number of UK Universities and currently hold positions as Adjunct Professor, University of Notre Dame (U.S.A) in England; Sessional Lecturer, University of Oxford (OUDCE and OUSSA, Visiting Lecturer for the MA in Cultural Heritage and Resource Management, University of Winchester and Visiting Lecturer , The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London. I am an Artist and Committee Member of Bath Society of Artists, Studio Holder (and former trustee) at Bath Artists’ Studios, Committee Member and Curator for Fringe Arts Bath and an Associate Artist at 44AD Artspace, Bath.