I started working with the Teapot Trust in April 2023, providing open group art therapy sessions for children and young people attending cardiac clinics at the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow.

I studied Sculpture & Environmental Art at the Glasgow School of Art, graduating in 2020 with an interest in community-based practice and creating artworks for public spaces. In 2022, I graduated from Queen Margaret University with an MSc. Art Psychotherapy where I explored art making as a form of research, prioritising co-produced and inclusive forms of knowledge.

I have experience providing creative input across community and healthcare settings, collaborating on projects with children, young people and adults, and considering the importance of art for promoting emotional wellbeing and social change.

I enjoy art making, visiting art galleries, reading books and spending time with nature exploring new places.