b. 1978, York (UK). Now based in the Scottish Borders.

Solo and small group exhibitions include Late Listening at Generator Projects, Dundee, Subjects for Melancholy Retrospection at Edinburgh Art Festival and He do the police in different voices at Blyth Gallery, London. I have undertaken residencies with the Icelandic artists' association, Reykjavik, the Centre for Drawing, London and with the National Trust for Scotland at Newhailes.

I often collaborate with composer/sound artist Martin Parker, and our forthcoming project Sonikebana will be at Edinburgh College of Art in July-August 2019 as part of Edinburgh Art Festival. Our next collaborative project, an opera for cinema titled Mezzanine, will premiere at Goldsmiths, University of London in February 2020.

Higher Education
2007–2008
Master of Fine Art (Drawing), University of the Arts London: Wimbledon

1998–2003
MA Fine Art, University of Edinburgh (1st class)

Publications
‘Do you know nothing? Do you see nothing? Do you remember nothing?’
catalogue essay by James Cahill; view here.