My practice focuses on the haunting female spectre within Freudian theories, particularly in his essay The Uncanny . Using film and object—making this uncanny feminine identity resurrect—I create short films that set out to place the feminine spectre in the forefront of my work and challenge the historical identity of femininity represented in cinema. I have always been drawn to the surreal and to the dreamlike, and also to represent this through storytelling as a vehicle to push the uncanny narrative.

Education: BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice (Moving Image), Gray's School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen (2016-2020); NC Art & Design / HNC Contemporary Art Practice, West Lothian College, Livingston (2014 - 2016)