Google Tiltbrush. Quill and Augumented Reality
With a postgraduate year in both Art and IT, she has found it natural to use one to inform or support the other. This has culminated in working in VR, combining both areas of interest. She owns an Oculus Rift but has used HTC Vive and Oculus Quest.
She has worked on a series of projects in conjunction with Visioning Lab including 'Release' for Tatton Estate based on their Moth and Butterfly collection, 'Pandemonium' for West Park Museum in Macclesfield and her work is featured in 'Groups of People' for Salford Quays, Quays Culture 'Lightwaves' festival beginning December 6th to December 15th 2019.
Her commission by the Hamilton Project for the LIT Festival November 22nd-24th 2019 illustrated moments in the story of Gawain and the Green Knight and was presented in a booth in West Park, set up as a peep show and featured the music of Nicolas Lewis of 154 Collective.
She is currently working on creating designs for Manchester Museum which will be launched on February 13th 2020 but sadly due to Lockdown exhibition has been postponed.
Her Tiltbrush painting 'Blue Diadem' which has been made into an augmented reality experience using ARize, was selected for the XR Art Show, San Diego February 2020 and also selected for the Buxton Open Exhibition March 2020.
Her latest Tiltbrush immersive artwork is fuelled by the current situation of the Covid19 pandemic 'Light In Dark Places' and 'Submerged'and will be exhibited online in the show 'The World Takes A Breath' April 15th 2020.
She has been chosen twice as 'Artist in the Spotlight' by VRArt Live (January 2020 and April 2020) and her 'Beltane Bride' was featured by ARize Platform.(May 2020)