As an environmental artist and educator, my practice centres on my deep connection with marine environments. Using ceramic sculptures and installations, I dive into the intricate world of coral reefs, addressing their decline due to human stressors. Ceramics play a pivotal role, allowing me to faithfully recreate textures and forms, fostering a tangible connection to these vital marine ecosystems. Inspired by the underlying structures that sustain reefs, I emphasise interdependence, diversity and scale, to cultivate collective empathy. I have a particular fascination for endangered species and ...


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