About me


Born in Dublin, I now live and work in London. I completed an M.A. in Clinical Psychology before going on to study Fine Art in Barcelona and London. My work is held in numerous private collections and I have sold on Saatchi online. Inspired by Marshall McLuhan’s phrase, “The medium is the message”, I use a range of materials including textiles, embroidery, ceramics and wire to explore the themes of motherhood, separation and loss, the idea of remaking self in the face of loss, and issues of home and belonging. Psychological themes are a major part of my art practice. I currently teach textiles and sculpture and am head of SEN at The Art Academy, London.




Fine Art Diploma, first class, The Art Academy, 2011

B.A., stage 1, Central Saint Martin’s School of Art and Design, 1994

Certificate in Sculpture, Sir John Cass, City of London Polytechnic, 1992

Sculpture, L’Escuela Massana, Barcelona, 1990


B.A. Honours Psychology, Trinity College, Dublin, 1983

M.Psych.Sc. Clinical Psychology, University College, Dublin, 1987


CELTA, Barnet and Southgate, Pass A, 2016