2004 - MA Degree Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London

2002 - 1st Class BA (Hons) Degree Fine Art, Central Saint Martin's College of Art & Design, London

2001 - Universität der Künste Berlin (UDK) - Socrates/ Erasmus International Exchange, Berlin



A-Z of the Bishopsgate Institute Archives - invited to curate an online project to coincide with the Explore your Archive Campaign 2014

Travelling Light - Greenbelt Festival, Boughton House, Kettering

Artist talk - panel discussion as part of Travelling Light, Greenbelt Festival, Kettering

Stick 'Em Up - open call exhibition, Husk Gallery & Project Space, London

Create Art Award 2014 - shortlisted for this annual prize of £40,000 sponsored by Bank of America awarded to support and develop a participatory art project working with an East London community group

Your Ad Here - commissioning East London artists to help promote local businesses with winning designs sited for up to five years in and around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford selected by Create and Monika Projects

Limited Edition - Turner Contemporary, Margate, Kent


Young Roots - workshop with Michelle Johansen, Schools and Community Learning Officer, Bishopsgate Institute, London

The Matchgirls - Dumbwise in collaboration with Red Ladder Productions and UNITE the Union, Wilton's Music Hall, London

The Matchgirls - a 10-week community musical production based on the Bryant and May Factory Strike in 1888 which led to the founding of the first workers union - a series of painted trade union and protest banners (later taken to Durham Miners Gala event), Wilton's Music Hall, London


Bureau de Change Sociale - publication launch, Whitstable Biennale, Kent

Lindome to Gothenburg Walk - in association with Molndal City Museum, Sweden

There is Thunder in Our Hearts - Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth

Workshops with Year 7 Classes in association with Whitstable Biennale - Whitstable Community College, Kent


Charter 77 - screening at Whitstable Library, Kent

Bureau de Change Sociale - Research trip to Dainville, France

Bureau de Change Sociale - Research trip to Ricany, Czech Republic

Café Esperanto - Whitstable Museum & Education Space, Whitstable, Kent

ArtSmart -  artist talk & panel discussion, Chelsea College of Art, London

STOP LOOK LISTEN -  site specific work commissioned by Lincoln Arts Programme, The Trivia of Eccentric England, Lincoln

STOP LOOK LISTEN - live performance at the Usher Gallery, The Trivia of Eccentric England, Lincoln

Bureau de Change Sociale - Research trip to Borken, Germany


Bureau de Change Sociale - Research trip to Molndal, Sweden

Bureau de Change Sociale - Research trip to Albertlund, Denmark

Bureau de Change Sociale - Whitstable Biennale : UK launch event for a two-year commissioned project

Roadworks - a series of interventions liberating parking bays in the city to support Birmingham's bid to be European City of Culture 2013


Together, at the Junction - curated by Jotta Contemporary at The Elephant Rooms, London

I like to be in Australia - film screening at the launch of Runway Magazine Issue 15, Sydney, Australia

Welcome to Australia - a site-specific public art project commissioned by Parramatta Artist Studios (PAS), Sydney, Australia

Market Day Event: The Good The Bad The Muddy - Mori Gallery, Sydney, Australia

OZ 09 - 3-month residency at Parramatta Artist Studios (PAS), Sydney, Australia, in association with Artquest

Art of Emergency - Artneuland Gallery, Berlin

Frans Masereel Centrum - artist in residence at the Flemish Centre for Graphic Arts, Kasterlee, Belgium


Salon 08 - selected by Andrea Tarsia (Head of Exhibitions & Projects, Whitechapel Gallery), Cath Ferguson and Kate Jones, VINEspace, Vyner Street, London

Tate Modern Bookshop - second artist product for sale in the Tate Modern Bookshop. A silk-screen printed slogan on a tea towel.

Achkiy Project, Peru - commissioned to provide training and run art workshops in Lima

V&A Museum of Childhood - video editing workshop for Year 9 students from Raines Foundation School, Tower Hamlets in association with Toynbee Hall


Meriton School, Bristol - assisted Artsadmin artist/mentor David Blandy in a music video workshop as part of his Spike Island off-site residency at the school for local teenage mothers

Artsadmin/Toynbee Hall Internship – a 6-month placement providing training through introduction to local community projects, including working towards greater social inclusion

Tate Modern Bookshop - produced a limited edition artist‘s product for sale in the Tate Modern Bookshop. A hand-made, signed edition of 200 ‘Revolution Banners‘


Peace Camp - curated by Bob & Roberta Smith at The Brick Lane Gallery, London

Art U Need - Commissions East : short-listed for the Southend-on-Sea commission for neglected open spaces in Thames Gateway and led by artist Bob & Roberta Smith

From My Mind To Your Mind - Stephen Willats - a two-year collaborative group project. Documentary techniques employed to record movements and observations at the Barbican Centre, London, shown at Victoria Miro Gallery, London and Milton Keynes Gallery


NEW ART Birmingham - The Artist with Two Brains – a commission curated by Chris Hammond (MOT Gallery), St Paul’s Church, Birmingham

Flea Market II - Temporary Contemporary, London

La Fabrik - one-month residency at Frankfurter Allee 53, Berlin


Arrivals - selected by Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton, Emma Dexter and TomCat - (Tom Morton and Catharine Patha), Pump House Gallery, London

Edible School Yard - 8-month project at Bagley’s Lane, Chelsea College of Art , London

Unfolding Cul-De-Sac : Klaus Weber - curated by Emily Pethick – artist assistants at Cubitt Gallery, London

Urban Marmitta : 3rd Berlin Biennial - participated in the mobile kitchen event in collaboration with Atelier d’Architecture Autogeree (AAA), Berlin

Freedom Fries - one-day event organised by Nick Symes, London

The Temple of Multi-Faith : ACAVA - selected by artist Bob and Roberta Smith - Cremer Street, London

Now is Good (ne travaillez jamais) - Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art (NGCA), Sunderland


Group shows are a waste of time - curated by Colin Lowe - Hoxton Distillery, London

Independence Day - one-day event organised by Nick Symes, London

NO PASSARAN!! - curated by Y-Productions at Galeria T4, Barcelona


Future Maps 02 - The London Institute Gallery, Davies Street, London


2005 - Awarded Arts Council funding for the commission of new work for NEW ART Birmingham

2003 - Awarded two AHRB (Arts and Humanities Research Board) bursaries (£16,000) to undertake and complete the MA Fine Art course at Chelsea College of Art & Design, London

2002 - Awarded a First Base free studio for one year by ACAVA - (Association for Cultural Advancement through Visual Art) - selected by artist Bob and Roberta Smith


Bureau de Change Sociale, September 2012

The Trivia of Eccentric England, Lincoln Arts Programme, 2012

Runway Issue 15 Lies - published by The Invisible Inc. Sydney, Australia, November 2009

Locksmith Project Issue 2 - published by Locksmith Project Space Inc. Sydney, Australia, September 2009

Growing Stuff: an alternative guide to gardening - Black Dog Publishing 2009, edited by Duncan McCorquodale - a publication featuring our Edible School Yard Project in Wandsworth

Almanac of Political Art - a B+B Reunion Project 2007 edited by Sophie Hope - Reunion Project’s 2nd Anniversary


Observer Magazine, 6th April 2014, Your Ad Here, Life & Style, Vannessa Thorpe

Molndal Posten, Sweden 23 May 2012, Kenny Schonberg

Norra Halland, Sweden 22 May 2012, 'Vandring Langs Stolarnas Vag'

Lincolnshire Echo - May 2011

ArtForum International, January 2005, ‘All Together Now - Crowd Scenes In Contemporary Art’ - Katy Siegel

Wandsworth Borough News, September 29, 2004, ‘Art in the marketplace’ - Craig Nelson

The Guardian, September 21, 2004, Comment & Analysis - Diary: Marina Hyde

Wandsworth Guardian, September 30, 2004, ‘Palatable Art’ - Craig Nelson

Art Monthly, March 2004, No. 274 – ‘Now is Good (ne travaillez jamais)’ - Exhibition review - Martin Herbert