I am a New Zealand-born artist and part-time lecturer/tutor based in London. For many years I was an editor and publishing director in London and New York before returning to university to study art, gaining my PhD at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London in 2010. I have received several awards, including two from the Arts Council, and participated in a wide range of exhibitions and collaborations in the UK and abroad. Recent exhibitions have been in London and New York, performances in Lisbon and Vancouver, and residencies in the USA and Chile. My practice is process-based, involving repetition, the line, movement and duration, focusing on themes of time and transience, dislocation and memory. While working across media, from performance to books, drawing is key, whether with graphite or a camera, inside or outside, it derives from thought and memory as well as observation. Current work explores invisibility, blackness, dark/light, control/chance, inspiring a fascination in the art/science relationship.