I'm a London-based academic, writer, curator and amateur ceramicist currently inching towards a PhD on seduction in the work of Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684-1721) and William Hogarth (1697-1764) at Birkbeck.
I've worked as a research assistant on the exhibitions Painter's Paintings: From Freud to Van Dyck (National Gallery, 2016), Masters of the Everyday: Dutch Artists in the Age of Vermeer (The Queen's Gallery, 2015-6) and Canaletto and the Art of Venice (The Queen's Gallery, 2017).
Whilst studying at the Courtauld Institute of Art, I co-curated Impress: Printmaking Expanded in Contemporary Art (Courtauld Gallery, 2014), and I was also the first Guest Curator at the newly reopened Bethlem Museum of the Mind, with the exhibition Bryan Charnley: the Art of Schizophrenia (2014-15).
When I'm not doing any of that, I also teach the humanities to students aged 15+ as a private tutor.
The Artist's Studio Museum Network - an initiative by Watts Gallery - Artists' Village to promote and link artist's studio museums across Europe.
An exhibition looking at the 'fantastical boats' of James Henry Pullen, a Victorian artist who spent over 70 years in an asylum.