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I have a background in music which has allowed me to progress my art practice traversing mediums between fine art and sound. My process is very improvisational and incorporates a lot of experimentation and play throughout my work.
I had gone through most of my educational life struggling with certain academic tasks completely unaware of my dyslexia. It wasn’t until I was diagnosed with dyslexia at the beginning of my MA, where these struggles began to make more sense to me. It was a huge relief knowing that I could access support whilst also giving me a boost of confidence in areas allowing me to understand my strengths within my creative thinking and practice.
It’s this kind of confidence which I hope to support students with in an environment that celebrates their creativity. Being a creative mentor feels like a great privilege knowing that I would’ve hugely benefited from this kind of support if I’d had it when I was in school.
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