multimedia artist, using film and sound, performance, found objects, printmaking, and installations.
      practice looks at B/black diasporas, particularly women, and their connection to memory, myth, and land.    
            uses geology, fiction and technology to imagine possible futures and their necessary histories, which cast a critical eye on capitalism and environmental consumption.    
                tries to imagine what may have been forgotten and where we (as a global community) might be going.                        

flowing through volcanic transformation (or the water that held all)
EVOLVE, RIG Arts, 2023
Culture Collective

Created with community participants in Seedhill, Paisely, as part of On-Belonging, a series of workshops for B/black and brown women and mothers on identity, migration, and expression. 

The film follows four women’s stories as they interact with the filmmakers collected objects, and film eachother’s journey to the white cart river waterfall (or the Hamills) where they perform a small personal ritual.

Exploring research around the specific geological conditions of the river that enabled its use as a power source for Paisley’s industry.