Tulle geometry and shadow


The properties that make bindweed such a pain for gardeners – its length, strength and tendency to wind around everything, including itself – also make it perfect for weaving with. I spent many hours unravelling bindweed from local parks, gardens, and allotments and then reweaving it to create this sculpture of 50 pods for a Prism Textiles exhibition in 2021. It spirals up anticlockwise to represent how bindweed grows. You can read more about the process in this blog post.


Installation for Prism Textiles exhibition combining felt and paper yarn to represent the one in five species that are in danger of becoming extinct due to human activities.

What is Urban?

A series of leaf prints on cement pavement slabs for an exhibition with South London Women Artists.

Twists and enclosures

A body of work in hand-dyed paper yarn exploring twists and concentricity.