I believe in the power of art to connect people and transform lives. In my interdisciplinary practice, I draw on personal life experience to explore broader issues around the body, what it means to be human, and how to make meaning in today’s world. On the MA course, I am building on autobiographical work about genetics and the BRCA1 (breast cancer gene) mutation I carry. Other work investigates the creative connections between art and science, exploring fields from astronomy to particle physics to embodiment and emotions. My practice currently includes printmaking, archive imagery, installation, creative writing and collaborative projects.