I am an Edinburgh-based visual artist working with audio, moving image and technology. I create installations and device art which explore themes around communication, control and power. My work is often informed by current news and media.

Much of my practice involves modifying existing objects and technology, such as telephones, bank cards and CCTV, to function in altered or unexpected ways. Interactive elements invite the viewer to playfully engage with the work. By using everyday objects I hope to raise critical questions about how we use technology, exchange information and relate with one another.

I had my first solo exhibition during August 2013 at Inspace Gallery, Edinburgh, supported by New Media Scotland.

This was followed in April 2014 with an exhibition at Summerhall as part of the Edinburgh International Science Festival. #twtbx (tweetbox) was also displayed in the National Museum of Scotland’s Grand Gallery.

I have also been invited to speak at Napier University, Edinburgh College of Art, Pecha Kucha and This Happened… and also regularly show work at the monthly poetry, music and film event Neu! Reekie!. In April 2014 I performed at the Edinburgh International Science Festival using modified electronic musical devices.

I work from a studio based at Summerhall in Edinburgh.