About Me

I am interested in making work that looks at the relationship between drawing and medicine. Through a drawing practice that encompasses film, hand drawn animation and delicate installations, my research focuses on how drawing can be used as a tool with which to visualise the unseen aspects of neurological disorders.

This has involved working with medical researchers to investigate ways in which medical scanning techniques can transform the body into thermal signals, sound waves and magnetic resonance in order to offer us glimpses into the material workings of the brain.

Most recently I have has worked with epilepsy suffers and neuroscientists in order to create a series of animated epilepsy portraits that attempt to capture the non-physical, non-visual and non-verbal feeling of living with a seizure disorder.