I am a London based artist whose background stems from an interest in the interrelationships between fine art, illustration and science. My most recent works consist of a deep exploration of the connections between nature and the human body. I have been experimenting with using agar as a sculpting medium, producing bacterial portraits, which live and die, representing the ecosystem of the life cycle.
I am currently studying a Masters Degree at Central Saint Martins, where I have just finished my first year. I have been exploring the wonders of nature and how growing cress seeds inside an agar sculpture can distort and reshape the original structure.
I am sponsored by Thermofisher Scientific whilst collaborating with two Scientists, one from Kings College London, Dr Richard Harvey and one from the University of Westminster, Dr Mark Clements. Current works can be found at The Eden Project : Invisible you – The Human Microbiome.
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