I have just graduated from Loughborough University with a BA Hons in Fine Art where I discovered my love for embroidery art.
Whilst studying I won several awards, alongside being a Uk representative for a book ‘Protests for Progress’ which was published with aims to improve the lives of minorities across the world. Alongside, being chosen and included in high-profile museums exhibitions for several months.
I also did voluntary work for Enactus which included designing prosthetics for third world countries. I needed to create affordable products but also follow intricate designs that would be approved medically. It also included creating other amputee aid products, which involved organising a startup business alongside having to reach deadlines fluidly within a group in order to successful. Overall, our work was successful as we reached the Enactus international finals.
Previous to this I studied my textiles foundation at Truro College where I graduated top of my year.
Some of My Recent Awards
– The Attenborough Award.
– Winner at The Open 30 (2019) and Open 31 (2020)
– Work displayed in The New Walk Museum TWICE for several months in rooms next to Picasso’s (2019 and 2020).
Exhibited in ‘Protest for Progress’ at the Zest Hall. From this I was selected to be included in a book for equality published September 2020.
– Leader for ‘Landed’ 2019 Exhibition.
– Finalist for Enactus International Enterprise Award by designing affordable prosthetics for third world countries alongside designer for PrepMate (within Enactus) for kitchen aid for amputees.