Growing up I have always had a passion for the creative arts, this passion led me to study a combined degree of Visual Arts and Graphic Design. Being a student of both disciplines has supplied me with multiple opportunities to explore and engage in new skills in a range of areas. My passion for photography and in particular film has allowed me to take a slower approach to my work, placing the focus on the subject and the method. This practice has then seeped into my textile practice with my work focusing on embroidering and slow stitch techniques. My work often explores contemporary themes of feminism and inequality with the intention of making a difference.