2016 – Digital Inclusion Practitioner.
2011 – 2013 PGCE PcET, University of Wales, Newport.
1989 – 1992 BA (Hons) Fine Art Printmaking & Photo-media. Central Saint Martins.
1988 – 1989 Foundation, Central School of Art, London.


Currently producing her own paintings and collaborating with artists/writers. She is also working as the project co-ordinator (P/T) for Heritage Lottery funded 'A Thousand Voices.'
'Maindee Stories' is currently part of Abergavenny Museum's 'Women Making Change' exhibition which runs until 11th March, 2018.

Mar 2017 – Solo show, Lost Connections. Art in the Attic, The Factory, Porth. 

Apr 2016 – Oct 2016 Lead artist and project manager, 'Maindee Stories', Llyfrgell Maindee/Maindee Library.

Sep 2016 –  Arts & Education network launch. Guest speaker. Riverfront Arts, Newport.

Dec 2015 – Group exhibition, Cwtsh Winter Show, Stow Hill, Newport.

Oct 2015 –  'Lost Connections' Solo show. Barnabas Arts House, Newport.

Jul 2015 –   'Human Nature' Group show. Centrespace Gallery, Bristol.

Mar 2015 –  'Beneath The Surface' Group show. The Project Space, Newport.

Mar 2015 –  'International Women's Day' Group show. Riverfront Arts Centre.

Jan 2015 –  'Lost Connections' Solo show. Riverfront Arts Centre.

Mar 2014 –  'Dathlu'. International Women's Day, Upmarket Galleries, Group exhibition.

Jan 2014 –  Curator: 'Land and Scapes' Upmarket Galleries, Newport.

Nov 2012 – 'The Meeting' Group Exhibition. U.R.B.A.N, John Frost Square, Newport.

Oct 2012 –  'Delayed' U.R.B.A.N, John Frost Square, Newport.

Sep 2010 – 13 University of Wales, Newport. School of Fashion, Design & Technology. Instructor, Adobe CS5.

Jul 2010 –  'SuperDragons' Public art commission, Newport.                                                                  
Oct 2010 –  Group Exhibition and Charity Auction, The School of Optometry, Cardiff.

Oct 2009 –  Group Exhibition, The School of Optometry, Cardiff


2014 The Project Space, Newport – Lost Connections (Six weeks).
1996/7 Artist in Residence, Kensington and Chelsea College, London.