I am a filmmaker and media artist who works on the intersection of cinema and social practice. My work traces the connections between landscape, ecology, ideology and structures of power.
Whether populating a gallery with increasing numbers of security guards; co-choreographing dance narratives with an Indian primary school; bringing friends and their lovers to embrace in my studio; convincing Republican golfers to play a round in the desert; or inviting public school children to imagine a future lived on asteroids; my work always includes a lot of people. Accordingly, the rituals they perform come to exemplify moments where ideology is enacted through the body.

I received my MFA from Columbia University, my BFA from NCAD, Dublin and have attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. I have been featured in ArtForum, The Washington Post, and RTE. I am a recipient of the Owen Walsh Award, Andrew Fisher Fellowship, and am represented in the Irish State Collection. My work is exhibited internationally.

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