Objects become my subjects, particularly those lost or discarded, mirroring our human vulnerability.

I respond to time and place through curiosity and my fascination with found objects. New work can evolve from a broken earring or burnt chair leg left on the street. Their poignancy connects me with unknown histories and themes of loss, longing and hope. My work becomes in part an act of transformative repair.

Play is at the heart of my interdisciplinary practice which encompasses sculpture, photography and painting, often brought together in site-responsive installations that invite inquisitiveness.

My experience as an artist educator with extensive involvement in participatory and collaborative work informs my projects. The work I make unites many layers of research and my influences are varied across art, design, and material culture, which explores the relationships between objects and people.

I am currently working on developing the second phase of my installation, ‘a fuller acquaintance with the archipelago’, which invites the viewer to navigate a co-created Lilliputian world of island like sculptures, created as a response to the times we are living through.
(See 3D works for images and information)

selected solo exhibitions
2020  a fuller acquaintance with the archipelago Observer Building, Hastings
with Coastal Currents 2020
2019  as small as the world and as large as alone. Project 78 Gallery, St Leonards on Sea
2013  Losing Gravity, Curwen Gallery, London
2009  underneath and in-between, Curwen Gallery, London
2007  here & there, Curwen Gallery, London

2020  a-n Bursary: Time Space Money
2019  a-n Artist Bursary to research contemporary jewellery in the Netherlands
2018  Artquest’s PEER FORUM award with CUBBIT along with co-members of @peersocial
2017  winner of UAL competition with image illustrating CURIOSITY
2017  London Creative Network,  SPACE, London      
2011  National Lottery through Arts Council England for Telling Stories: Margate
2010  National Lottery through Arts Council England for The Hastings Rarities Affair
Hastings Museum & Art Gallery
2002  Regional Arts Lottery Programme through London Arts for Happening  Histories
project and CD ROM, Grosvenor Estate, Southeast London
1995 Sir John Cass and Paul Hamlyn Foundations and Newcommen Collet Trust for
Tales from the Riverbank

two person exhibitions / projects
2019 between skylight and dust hARTslane a site responsive installation with Sharon Haward

exhibitions / projects
guest artist with ComeQuickDisaster platform for art, Chisenhale Studios, London
Raven Row residency with co-members of Peer Social

Editions Show, Project 78 Gallery, St Leonards on Sea
Looking at Okno Tass Baker-Mamonova Gallery, Kino Teatre, St Leonards on Sea
RSA Summer Show Rye Society of Artists, East Sussex

Editions Show, Project 78 Gallery, St Leonards on Sea
Genesis Light Magic, with co-members of Peer Social at St John’s Church, Bethnal Green;
part of Whitechapel Gallery First Thursdays
Collect initiator and lead artist of this SoCo Artists project and exhibition of artists responses to artifacts in the collections of Hastings Museum & Art Gallery
AP49 IMPRESSION, International Contemporary Exchange Exhibition, International Printmaking Arts Research Centre, Macao, China

Rye Winter Salon, Rye Creative Centre. curated by Paula MacArthur. Shortlisted for prize
+33 Annual Open, CGP London
CURIOUS 27, Rosebury’s Auction House, West Norwood, London – curated by Jane Millar
Masks: an experimental installation with SoCo Artists for Coastal Currents Arts Festival
Little Masters (Intended for Neuremberg), Intersession Gallery, Northampton; curated by Pauline Wood
London Creative Network (LCN) Showcase, SPACE, Hackney, London
Hot Off The Press, Curwen Gallery, London

Small Print International touring exhibition: Leicester Print Workshop; Attenborough Arts, Leicester; The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle Upon Tyne in partnership with Northern Print; Gallerytop, Derbyshire; West Yorkshire Print Workshop; London Print Studio, London; Alfred East Gallery, Kettering

ARTSevilla Art Fair
Sea Crossing: an experimental installation artist and curator working with SoCo Artists, referencing ‘For those in Peril on the Sea’ (2011) by Hew Locke, at Electro Studios Project Space, St Leonard’s on Sea for the Root 1066 Cultural Festival, Hastings
The Hastings Rarities Tattoo Album’, shown as part of ‘The Story of Hastings in 66 Objects’, Hastings Museum & Art Gallery
Skyline exhibition with Kath Mullaniff, Eugene Palmer and Charlotte Snook, Electro Studios Project Space, St Leonard’s on Sea
MA Show, Camberwell College of Arts, UAL
FOCUS,  hARTslane Experimental Art Space, Peckham, London
Ink&Bind 1 and 2, Camberwell College of Arts, UAL

MA Interim, Camberwell College of Arts, UAL
Pop Up Fuck Off light projection for closure of Broadway Studios, Tooting High Street, London

11 Minutes of Print, Sassoon Gallery, Peckham
Glasshouse in the Garage, Coastal Currents Festival, Hastings
The Walking Encyclopedia, AirSpace Gallery, Stoke on Trent The Walking Encyclopedia blogspot

Beach Shorts & Radio Days, film and sound works,Rarities Productions, Coastal Currents Arts Festival
gush: an experimental residency with light, refraction at underground, Hastings
Domestic Disturbance for International Womens Day, Creative School Centre, Rye

Rarities Productions Presents…. for Coastal Currents Arts Festival, East Sussex
Under the Tower of the Winds, site specific installation for ‘Surface ll’, Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church, London
25/30 Celebratory Exhibition, Curwen & New Academy, London
Aurum of London: guest artist, Craft Central, London

Rarities 2011 collaboration with Alban Lowe, Hastings Pier
Surface I, Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church, London
Telling Stories: Margate
, Marine Studios, Margate

The Hastings Rarities Affair, Hastings Museum & Art Gallery (funded by National Lottery through Arts Council England)

Happening Histories: A Multimedia Project and CD ROM by Tenants and Residents of the Grosvenor Estate, Londo SE5.  Funded by Regional Arts Lottery Programme through London Arts. Collaboration with digital artist, Elvina Flower.

Tales from the Riverbank funded participatory project and installation at the CGP Gallery, London, with residents in Bermondsey and Rotherhithe and the Bermondsey Artists Group (funded by Sir John Cass and Paul Hamlyn Foundations and Newcommen Collet Trust)

2018 Collect by Sophie Shaw, Hastings Independent Press
2016  Artlyst: Camberwell Degree Shows  Florence Goodhand-Tait, ‘Reports From The Inside’
2013  Losing Gravity, Wall Street Journal http://www.wsimagazine.com/uk/diaries/agenda/arts/sineid-codd-losing-gravity_20131014084036.html 
2010  The Lost Ledger The Hastings Rarities Affair, Hastings Museum & Art Gallery
2009  work featured on a BBC slide show: Art’s Recuperative Power http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/8014719.stm 
1995  interview about the project and installation, Tales from the Riverbank, CGP Gallery, London, Costing the Earth, BBC Radio 4
1993  All Ladies Number One Brush Team interview by Ian Dury for Arts Review LWT TV
1992  All Ladies Number One Brush Team interview, Womens Hour, BBC Radio 4

arts in health commissions
2011  Colourflow: commission, Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospital NHS Trust
2009  from my grandmothers piano, Conquest Hospital, Hastings
2008  Colourgym commission, Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospital NHS Trust
2008  Outside-In, Miranda Barry Centre, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
2005  Sun and Moons, Great Western Hospital Swindon
2004  Framing a View, Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Trust
2001  works purchased for the Paintings in Hospitals Collection, London

National Maritime Museum; Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals, Homerton Hospital, London; Royal London Hospital; Paintings in Hospitals; Great Western Hospital, Swindon; Miranda Barry Centre, London; Brit; Morris Homes; Landmark PLC; private collectors UK, Vermont USA, France

artist educator
currently working with the Design Museum
previous feelance projects with De La Warr Pavilion, Hastings Museum & Art Gallery, Tate Modern, British Library, Chisenhale Gallery, British Museum, Geffrye Museum, National Maritime Museum, South London Gallery

MFA Visual Arts Printmaking, Camberwell College of Arts, UAL, 2014-16
Art Teachers Certificate (PGCE) Goldsmiths, UAL
Post – grad Printmaking, Central School of Art & Design
BA Hons Fine Art, Winchester School of Art