I am an Irish photographic artist exploring concepts of identity. Narratives of selfhood feature strongly in my practice often drawing on my Irishness and experience of migration.
Nature is a recurring motif in my work, and I am particularly fascinated by how our social and physical environments continually shape and re-shape who we are.
Through my use of the family archive, I can explore how the artist intervenes with the photograph and the role nature can play in those interventions.
My work has been exhibited at Photomonth London, Oxo Tower Wharf and Lenscratch.
2023 Rockpool images included in To The Sea at St Gilles Croix de Vie, France.
2022 Balloons featured in The Favourite Photograph that you took exhibition, Lensratch.
2021 In Mid-Ocean featured in Mayo Artists Show, Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar, Co Mayo.
2021 In Mid-Ocean featured in Photograd's Online Degree Show
2021 In Mid-Ocean featured in Source Graduate Photography Online
2021 On Lacken Strand from In Mid-Ocean in 100 Visions of Motherhood Exhibition, The Luupe.
2021 Strawboys from In Mid-Ocean in The Artist Intervenes Exhibition, Lenscratch.
2021 Natalie from Neither here nor there featured in Photograd's Online Gallery
2020 Neither here nor there at the AOP Final Year Show.
2018 Postpartum and Towards Ponders End at Showcase, Oxo Tower Wharf, London.
2016 Portraits from Volunteer at Photomonth Open, Rich Mix, London.
2015 Powder (Solo exhibition) at Royal Gunpowder Mills, Waltham Abbey, Essex.
2015 Minnie at Portraits, Gallery 320, Bethnal Green, London.
2015 Powder at Photomonth, Rich Mix, London.
2021 In Mid-Ocean selected for Photograd's graduate zine, PGZ2021.
2020 Cow parsley featured in the inaugural issue of Black River online journal.
2020 Mo features in Open College of the Arts Body of Work course material.
2019 Enfield Island Village on Enfield Island Village Trust website.
2015 Powder featured in Another Place Press.
2015 Firing Chamber from Powder featured in Open College of the Arts Course Prospectus.
2015 Open College of the Arts advertising campaign featured Firing Chamber in industry media including the British Journal of Photography and Advanced Photographer.