MA in Fine Art, Contemporary Practice, Falmouth University.
BA Hons in Textile Design, Winchester School of Art
Foundation Course in Art Therapy, Insider Arts, Exeter, Devon.
National Trust Artist Residency at Dunsland North Devon. Poetic mapping of place, throughout one year.
Cyprus Well Residency for the Causley Trust. Artist Residency at the home of Poet Charles Causley in Launceston during his centenary celebrations.
David S. Smith Packaging Company - 3 month residency in a paper factory, Year of the Artist funded Project.
‘A Space For Dreaming’ Terre Verte Gallery, Altarnun, North Cornwall (group show)
Evolving the Forest, Dartington Space as part of Art.earth conference June 19th - Sept 2nd 2019 (2 installations of drawings)
Nature, Our Nature, Terre Verte Gallery, Altarnun (group show)
Closely Observed Nature, Terre Verte Gallery, Altarnun (group show)
Open Studios Cornwall
Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro. “Maps for the Millennium”. North Cornwall Museum and Gallery, 2 person show, with Printmaker Mary Gillett.
The Museum of Textile History, Boras, Sweden. ‘Wild Beasts!’ Exhibition from Fibre II workshop at the Nordic Ark, Sweden
The Ice House Gallery, Holland Park, London (solo show)
Art Worlds article for Artquest. How artists around the corner, or around the world, work and sustain their practice.
Making Art in Cornwall's Edgelands - Practicing art in precarious Times.
Riddle 57 - printmaking, poetry and animation. Contributor to this Double Elephant Printworkshop project
National Trust interview - Dunsland Artist Residency
Artist Newsletter blogger interview
World of Embroidery magazine review ‘River lines and Waterworks’ Exhibition, The Plough Arts Centre, Torrington (vol. 53)
The Art - BBC2 schools programme. The Art of People and Places. (featured artist)
The World of Embroidery Magazine Article, ‘Inspiration and Intuition - Karen Howse’ (Autumn 1995 vol.46 no.3.)
Artists Newsletter Magazine. Front Cover Image, May issue 1994
Re-ignitian funding from FEAST for Young Peoples Journals & Zines Project in Cornwall July-October 2020
Awarded Bright Sparks funding (FEAST and Cornwall Museums Partnership) for the People's Herbarium Project
Charles Causley Trust collection, 'Kitbag' & 'Briefcase' drypoint etchings
Charles Causley Trust, Art work installed at Cyprus Well, Launceston. 'Small Acts of Attention' and other small paintings and drawings.
Art for Life, Taunton and Somerset NHS Trust. Several stitched wall pieces.
South West Tourist Board offices, Exeter. ‘Corrie’ (stitched wall piece)
D.S. Smith Ltd. Launceston. ‘Artist Factory Map’ (stitched wall piece) for Company Foyer as part of a Year of the Artist funded residency.
South West Arts Grant to attend Northern Fibre II workshop/residency, at Nordic Ark Bohuslän, Sweden & exhibit at Textilmuseet, Borås, Sweden
The People's Herbarium. A series of walks, printmaking and drawing workshops throughout the year in partnership with Lawrence House Museum, Launceston. Creatively connecting people with plants, place and culture, through printmaking. (A Bright Sparks project funded by FEAST & Cornwall Museums Partnership)
Zine workshops online and at Eco Park, Cornwall for 'Carefree Cornwall' young people for the G7 conference (Riso printed by Eco Park Press)
The People's Herbarium at Home - Drawing Weeds Workshop (free & online) as part of the 2020 Causley Arts and Literary Festival
Journals & Zines Project in Cornwall July-October 2020 (online and FEAST funded)
Art Teacher, part time, St Josephs School, Cornwall
Drawing from the Land - mindful drawing walks
Drawing in Causley’s Footsteps - poetic drawing walk
Moments to See - Mindful drawing workshop and exhibit with D. Moss. Part of Thinking Tantra exhibition, Peninsula Arts Plymouth University
365 Days in Moments, a year trying to notice
Collaboration with Duncan Moss, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology and mindfulness tutor, Plymouth University
Sound Mark Tour around Appledore : Artist-led participatory Drawing Event for Appledore Visual Arts Festival 2012
Drawing Exploring workshop for the Big Draw at Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World, Haldon Forest