EXHIBITION: Supernatual Fears Other Worldly Desires

The fabulous Edwardian Cloakroom/Toilet will be the host of my first exhibition in Bristol. It's been a looong time coming and I have some new work to show for it.  WOAH. After a large chunk of life being taken over by singing, dancing dead animals   spreading enlightenment and comic genius, I hit a shit storm of whirling  creative despair.  But now i'm  bouncing  back to doing what I do best- Making some really beautifully scary stuff. Dead Pretty Shamefully I haven't made an  official  piece of sculpture for over 2 years.  But after moving away and having no friends, I got my head down. Without all the hassle, noise and constant distractions, objects began talking to me again and I  accidentally  started making new work.  It all started with this guy He was just a lonely skull face, shoved in the corner watching over me for years. . .Then one day he started making noises. He started telling me he wanted a new face... and a crown.    Sometimes

TAXIDERMY TUESDAY (See You Next Tuesday)

It's about time I jumped on the bandwagon of my own name and brought the animal magic to Bristol, with some extra special D.I.Y Taxidermy lessons. This mysterious and dark art is now easy and accessible with a workshop that proves you don’t have to be a scientist to perform your own experiments, you don’t have to be an artist to get creative, and you certainly don’t need to be a taxidermist to do some taxidermy…. Using basic materials and first hand knowledge you will be guided though the ins and outs of a less stuffy brand of Taxidermy, and in a few hours you could have a friend for life. These workshops will take place at my studio on Lincoln Street. The perfect place to immerse yourself in art, taxidermy and surreal weirdness.  All materials provided, no experience welcome. Places are extremely limited so please book in advance-You can do so by emailing me on this ridiculously long email: Just in case you'r


Been spending the last few weeks working on costumes for Superficial. Creating outfits for divas and dudes in distress in a play about identity on the gay scene,  masculinity, drag & the queerness of pop.... Showing at The Glory Now! The brief was really quite vague..which meant I had an amazing amount of creative freedom! Absolutely loved conjuring up some stunning pieces, particularly the menswear,    new shoes and drag outfits.   Check out the tits on this Madonna dress... An absolute show stopper if I do say so myself...  I had trouble sourcing anything cool for Benjamin, the club owners character- he was a flamboyant chap- wise of words, rich in experience, but in the end, the menswear was epic.     Here’s a small selection of works…sadly, once again, my picture documentation isn’t spectacular- they look better on the stage anyway, with the lights hitting the bling and the bling blinding the lights. The ones I hated the most in production were actually the be