Thank you for visiting my new and evolving website. Much of my work revolves around DRAWING, FILMMAKING AND WORKING COLLABORATIVELY with others. I believe in the power of art to create the change we wish to see in the world. Now more than ever, I feel we need to hold a vision for a more inclusive, creative and sustainable world.

Drawing for me is a fun and meditative practice of observing the things I miss when I move too fast in the world. Many of my films are autobiographical and socio political, inspired by living on an organic farm near the sea and being connected to a diverse, community of inspiring creative people. Equality and environmental sustainability are core principles, which are integral to all my work.


I am more interested in a fluid creative process than in any rigid adherence to media. Ideas like seeds are foraged, germinated and fertilised before coming to fruition. Plants become drawings. Conversations and stories weave their way into documentaries and immersive installations. Though careful nurturing, grafting and cross pollinating, I believe we can create new paradigms a more kind, peaceful, sustainable and creative future.

“You must be the change you wish to see in the world”

-Mahatma Gandhi



Current Projects 2017: The Day We Counted (Film); If Anyone Had Told Her (Novel): Feminist Farmers Luncheons (Socially Engaged Art Projects); Holding True Ground (Touring Exhibition); On the Verge/Creative Toolbox (Professional Development with Visual Artists)

Recent Projects/Exhibitions:

On The Verge: Exploring Potential With Visual Artists,  January 2017, Siamsa Tire, Tralee

30 years, Artists, Places, Nationwide Tour 16-17

Sites of Tension: Art and Ecology ,  November 2016, Dunamaise Arts Centre

The Day We Counted, Preview Screening, November 2016, Kerry Museum, Tralee

Irish Times Article (The Day We Counted)



Holding True Ground (Solo Exhibition)

Visual Artists Ireland Review

Irish Times Article (30 Day Local Food Challenge)

Power of the Personal Story:Irish Film Institute, Dublin
Film Ireland Interview