5’9 / 1981 / B Rh+ /

Writer/artist / West Yorkshire, UK. I like sambal and 90s supermodels.

My work has been exhibited at FACT, Wysing Arts Centre, Somerset House, Liverpool Biennial, The Tetley, SPACE and more. As far as I know, I’m the only person to have ever screened Wayne’s World at Flat Time House. I was in residence at Wysing Arts Centre in 2018 and Jerwood Arts x FACT Digital Fellow in 2020-21.

I also write about art, books, and culture, and my writing has appeared in various publications including Tribune, Burlington Contemporary, The Wire, Corridor 8, etc.  I co-edited  Excavate: The Wonderful and Frightening World of The Fall which was published by Faber on April 1, 2021. It was named as a book of the year by Rough Trade, The Times, Mojo, Uncut, Louder than War, and The Herald.

I’m working on a short archive-based film and an experimental comic novel about New Labour-era architecture.

Writing commissions and enquiries:

1-800-SORRY-I-RUINED-YOUR-EXHIBITION-CATALOGUE or you can contact me here.

I’m happy to talk about studio visits, new commissions, or writing exhibition texts, essays, interviews or features. (Although unless you’re the ghost of Walter Becker come to lob household objects at Donald Fagen while he sleeps, I probably do not want to review your band’s album. )