Education

 

BA Hons, Fine Art (2012)

 

National College of Art and Design (NCAD) 

 

First Class Honors

 

 

 

Shows/Exhibitions

 

Permanent studio Holder of Spike Island studios Bristol UK from (2012-2015)

 

EBC005, East Bristol contemporary UK 2016, (group)

 

home alone, Hard Copy, Clermont Ferrand, France 2015 (group)

 

Put the lime with the coconut, Klaipedea, Lithuania 2015, (group)

 

Behind the scenes studio visit, my studio, Spike Island, Bristol, UK 2015 (talk)

 

Love Island, Antlers Gallery, Christmas Steps, Bristol, UK 2014 (solo)

 

But never mind, The Lab gallery, Dublin, Ireland 2014 (solo)

 

Keeping up appearances, The Project, Spike Island, Bristol, 2013 (group)

 

Exeter Contemporary Open, Exeter, 2013 (group)

Spike Island Open studios, Bristol, 2013 

 

RDS Student Art Exhibition 2012, travels from RDS to Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge, Co. Kildare, 2012 (group)

Basic Space Shop, New Ecologies of Practice at NCAD Gallery, Dublin, 2012. (group)

 

Degree Show, NCAD, Dublin, 2012 (group)


Host, Basic Space, Dublin, 2011 (group)


Rendered, Block T, Smithfield, Dublin, 2011 (group)

Aspect, The Bernard Shaw, Dublin, 2011 (group)


Be Gentle It's Our First Time, Hello Operator, 12 Rutland Place, Dublin, 2010 (group)

 

 


Awards/ Masterclasses/ Residencies/Positions

RESIDENCY - Clancy Quay Artists Studio & Professional Enterprise Programme Award, 2019

STUDIO ASSISTANT - Harrison & Wood at Spike Island Studios, 2012-2015

 

RESIDENCY - Nida Art colony, Lithuania 2015 Zabludowicz Collection two months, 2015

 

MASTERCLASS - Zabludowicz Collection one week Masterclass, London UK 2014


AWARD -The Henry Higgins Scholarship award, Video piece Extinguished (ii), RDS
National Student Art Awards 2012

AWARD - The Leonardo Da Vinci Programme training & travelling grant, 2012

MASTERCLASS - Nigel Rolf Working in working out, one day Master class, 2011

 

 


Featured Articles

‘Future Proofing the Arts’, Aidan Dunne, The Irish Times, 25/06/12.

‘RDS Student Art Award Winners’, Visual Arts Ireland August 2012