My name is Pip and i moved to Reykjavík from London last year to explore the magical island that is Iceland!

I have always wanted to visit Iceland since i was very little, and have finally managed to visit the Island of my dreams.

Originally i came to Intern at a few of Iceland’s many Arts festivals, but since then i have ended up staying.
I started working for the Short film and documentary festival in September, then Iceland Airwaves music festival and finally Sequences real-time art festival. All of which i have learned a lot from and enjoyed being part of a culturally diverse events whilst enjoying the most Northerly Capital City in the world!

Since finishing the festivals, i have regained my passion for creating things- from photographs, sculptures and paintings. I feel less daunted here, not having t be a great artist, but simply just enjoy art and making it.

My work tends to have a strong theme of death in it, which comes from no particular place other than my human awareness of my own Mortaility. Influences can be dark lyrics from Indie and Psychobilly bands or watching cult experimental films of David lynch or watching HBO’s Six Feet under.

Since moving back to the U.K i have continued exploring different mediums and concepts in my own time as well as being more involved in workshops and course.
I am involved in a photography organization called Zoom-in , they are based in Brixton, south London.


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