I am an Edinburgh based Visual Artist and Illustrator. My interests lie in depicting family, tradition, and the many layers of life. To achieve this I work with various mediums and techniques ranging from printmaking to acrylics, water colours and paper installations, often with elements of story telling. Size, medium and material depend on the where the project takes me.

I was born in India where I lived 27 years of my life. My many travels and experiences in India still influence and inform my work among other things. I moved to Edinburgh in 2007, pursuing a Masters in Illustration. This was a natural progression from my previous degree in Graphic Design – which explains why I am strongly drawn to good design and typography. Now, I consider Edinburgh my home.

I am interested in people, with all their quirks, flaws, generosity and goodness. I am intrigued by the objects we collect, treasure, horde and then eventually leave behind. Telling a story long after we are gone. In my work I try to capture the relationships people share with others and attempt to reflect the weakness, strengths and emotions we see in ourselves. At the same time my work is also a response to my surroundings and the general hustle bustle of life I see around me.


2009/10 Artist in Residence at Winchester College

2014/15 Artist in Residence for the Wigtown Book Festival and Spring Fling 2015


2014, Wee Wigtown, Wigtown

2014, Works on Paper, Doubtfire Gallery

2014, Art Village, Glasgow

2013, Written Image, Edinburgh Printmakers

2013–2014, Midwinter, Doubtfire Gallery, Edinburgh

2012, Imaginary Summers, Doubtfire Gallery

2012, Telling Stories, Doubtfire Gallery

2011, Holy Cows & Dirty Linen, Doubtfire Gallery

2011, Affordable Art Fair, Framed Edinburgh

2011, Deep and Crisp and Even, Doubtfire Gallery

2011, Fixed Dimensions, Amber Arts

2010, Midnight Clear. Doubtfire Gallery

2010, Festival Exhibition, Doubtfire Gallery

2010, Print & Illustrations, Angelus Gallery Winchester (solo)

2008, Edinburgh College of Art, Traveling Exhibition

2008, Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show, Edinburgh

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