I am an English-St.Lucian artist, born, living, and working in the regenerated east-end of London.

I am a transdisciplinary Ahhtist and Qurator negotiating variant/alternative ephemeral (and durational) activity.

I dance across drawing and painting, moving image installation, text, sound, and sculpture, generating new relationships between process and form, leading with a reflexive embodied practice.

My practice encourages powerful moves towards unity with self, other, and environment. I gesture towards and through Otherness: the scintillating matter of Blackness; Queerness; Faith; and more life shaping dimensions.

I limn sustainability through my work.

I understand sustainability as life healing across various fragmented dimensions of reality. The urgency of my work is motivated by my desire to heal from harmful systemic structures and institutions — and thrive — facilitating this change for myself and others.

As a community leader, I value the privilege of being humane, embodying this state in multifarious social and environmental relations.

I advocate for individual and collective agency, experimentation, research, and activism to discover and grow towards more sustainable futures.


SυΠℜISε τð SυΠSετ SS21

Camden Arts Centre Youth Collective online

Bright Dynasty supported by Jerwood Arts (Jerwood Bursary Artist 2020)


Dance Art Journal,
Percolate residency, supported by Siobhan Davies Dance

Umbra, Penumbra, Antumba
supported by UP Projects & Flat Time House

Long Play Liberation commissioned by Newham London
Long Play Liberation transmission for The Place ‘What does the future look like?’ Festival

Leave your vessels
with Esmé Lewis-Gartside

writing for Dance Art Journal