I am a practitioner-researcher, singer-songwriter and AHRC funded doctoral candidate based in London.
My research focuses on radical black feminist reading practices and seeks to elucidate the ways in which the circulation of scholarly thought is informed by material conditions and the perception of those materialities. I have a particular interest in practice-as-research methodologies which seek to intervene in the academy's co-optation of intersectionality and take seriously the urgent affective, intellectual and physical labour required to create real decolonial and feminist epistemological shifts.
Alongside my writing practice I work with embroidery, painting, printmaking and performance. At the moment I am working on a series of illuminated manuscripts featuring citations from black feminist, decolonial, queer and experimental texts as a way of thinking-feeling through the possibility of citation as a transformative devotional practice.
My debut album 'Songs of Storm Greenwood' was released 1st December 2020.