As Programme Leader of the Fine Art Programme, I teach across all years and am responsible, with the help of all my colleagues, for the smooth running of Fine Art. I am also a student, currently studying for a PhD, so I understand the daily triumphs and trials of student life.
As an artist my practice is interdisciplinary, but I mostly make films. Evolving from my interest in feminist film practice and science fiction, my films make use of appropriation and narrative to warp the established meanings of pop cultural texts. Have a look at my work here.
Recent research teritory includes Philip K. Dick's biography, the writing of Chris Kraus and Naomi Mitchison and the notion of the screen as a semi-permiable membrane.
Qualifications and memberships
MSc (Human Nutrition) & BA (Hons) Drawing & Painting
Academic and research interests
Feminist writing practice
Recent exhibitions and screenings include The Fifth Annual Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival, New York (2017), Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Kerala, India (with Lux Scotland, 2017), solo show Screen Used, Patricia Fleming Projects, Glasgow, Glasgow Short Film Festival (2016), Transit #3 and everything crooked will become straight, Glasgow (2016), FILM OPEN (Spike Island, Bristol, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, S1 Artspace, Sheffield, ICA, London (2015), 31st International Short Film Festival, Hamburg (2015), Ripples on the Pond, GoMA, Glasgow (2015-16), LUX Scotland‘s Artists Moving Image Festival, Tramway, Glasgow (2015) and 12th International Festival Singes de Nuit, Institute Finlandais, Paris (2015).
My film Peter won Best PKD Short at The Fifth Annual Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival, New York, 2017.
I was a recipient of the summer residency (2017) at Hospitalfield, Arbroath and I was on the jury of the No Budget Competition at the 32nd Hamburg International Short Film Festival (2016).
Recent external roles
External Examiner for Edinburgh College of Art MA Contemporary Art