plastic.jpeg is an instagram account that examines the relationship between online identity and authenticity. Whilst providing a sense of anonymity by not showing my actual face, but a likeness to my physical appearance, the doll works as a vessel for all the insecurities I fail to show on social media. All sets and props are handmade and pander to the oversaturation and bright themes frequently seen on Instragram
A public wayfinding system in Edinburgh that documents the length of a failed relationship. Starting at the bus stop where you first met, carrying on to the restaurant where you argued, and ending the doorway where you finally finished it.
Primadonna is a photo series that examines female identity in Catholicism. Raised Catholic, an ideology of remaining humble and soft was prominently featured in my upbringing and impacted my identity and how I see myself. As I distance myself from religion, the queston remains; Where does feminity lie in faith?
If It Burns It Works
An art directed photoshoot that questions the idea of feminine hygenine, particularly the portrayle of female leg hair and the hair removal process.
The Consumption of Diana
The Consumption of Diana is based upon the ravenous treatment of Lady Diana. Inspired by the speech that Charles Spencer delivered at the funeral, the film criticises the relationship between fame and privacy, and the entitlement of the viewer.
Born Slippy is an expermental animation set to the iconic mind melding song Born Slippy by Underworld.