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Behind the Lens 2021: A virtual exhibition in a physical space

Behind the Lens 2021: A virtual exhibition in a physical space

During April this year the Rhode Island Centre for Photographic Arts put together a wonderful exhibition of all female photographers works. I was delighted to have a piece included in this project. They describe it as:

Described as: 'For this gallery presentation of Behind the Lens Plus: Expanded  we chose to imagine what a virtual exhibition would look like if given physical form. This exhibition brings together the work submitted over the course of 2020, revisiting the previously collected works and expanding on them with the inclusion of work not previously featured. In keeping...


Cities Online Exhibition

Cities Online Exhibition

Floresta Magazine curated a selection of work by female artists dealing with the theme of Cities. This was exhibited online from January - February 2021.

They included four pieces that I submitted reflecting on my environment and my connection to it. The full exhibition is available to view on their website here

"Following on from the focus of ‘Valuing our communities and cities’, this series seeks to showcase the breadth of natural and built landscapes, spaces within, challenges, stories and perspectives of cities. The series will endeavour to explore cities in closer detail,...


Muse At Toula Gallery

Muse At Toula Gallery

Toula gallery is an online gallery for international artists that are not represented by a gallery. For September they put together their largest show of 25 female artists. I was delighted to have a piece included in this show.

The 'Don't Say C*n't' artwork is in this show. Make sure to go to to their site here to check out the show. It is running until October 19 and includes a fantastic collection of art. 


Tiny Spoon Lit Magazine

Tiny Spoon Lit Magazine

The Croagh Patrick series of work was included in issue 5 of the literary magazine Tiny Spoon. The theme of this issue was Ecology.

It was great to be included in this issue and with this series. It is some of my favourite work and there are prints available to buy on the site. Please make sure to check out here where you can pre order your own print copy of this issue!
Tiny spoon lit magazine. Ecology.

Issue 11 The Open Close Magazine

Issue 11 The Open Close Magazine

The Open Close magazines newest issue is 'Tomorrow/Yesterday' and they describe this theme as "Tomorrow/Yesterday, which signifies time and the innumerable layers of change and growth it incites.

In reality, we never know what tomorrow has in store for us, only mere assumptions driven by how 'yesterday' was. In a way, our yesterday makes our today, and our today makes our tomorrow. The general idea of uncertainty still, however, remains. What we know for sure, is that growth,...