I am a multidisciplinary emerging artist working in the fields of painting, sculpture, ceramics and textiles. Having graduated with Honours from the Adelaide Central School of Art I am now working from my studio in Collective Haunt with 19 other artists. In the last couple of years I have been exhibiting regularly in Adelaide and interstate. I was a finalist in the Parklands Prize, Broken Hill Outback Prize, Fleurieu Prize and Waterhouse Prize as well as the Wilson Wine Label Commission and a Mentorship with artist Julia Robinson awarded by the Helpmann Academy. I am also a Fellow of the Royal South Australian Society of Arts.
My art practice is concerned with the phenomena of generational layers of cultural identity in the descendants of immigrants particularly focusing on the concept of cultural dislocation, the integration of a dual cultural identity and the inevitable sense of loss from a yearning to belong to two places. Since the death of my immigrant parents and the clearing of the family home I have been immersed in the archaeology of my early life. These reflections have led to a search for my cultural identity through the rescuing and rehabilitation of these domestic objects and reconstructing lost memories from found photos.