I am an artist, researcher and teacher undertaking a PhD at the Cambridge School of Art, supervised by David Ryan.
Currently, I am exploring certain theoretical concepts at the intersection of art and political philosophy: singularity, multitude, love, commitment, openness and the immeasurable. The revolutionary theory of Hardt and Negri, as well as Antonio Negri's expanded philosophical formulations, act as source of inspiration and guiding thread through this inquiry.
I teach as an associate lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University across a variety of disciplines and modules including: time-based media, photography multimedia practices, creative digital media, and installation practices. I also teach at the Institute of Continuing Education, University of Cambridge as a tutor on the creativity: theory, history and philosophy undergraduate diploma.
As student and teacher I seek out opportunities for transgressive and transformational learning experiences, for myself and others, through an experimental practice-based approach.