Helen's practice explores the complex relationship between the human and more-than-human worlds. She is interested in the importance and power of place over the more abstract ‘space’ and the concept of landscape beyond its geographical facts. Working between painting, drawing and print, Helen’s imaginary vistas emerge through a combination of awe and concern for the natural world. Often depicting isolated huts and solitary figures, they weave together people and place, history and folklore, and a personal sense of what it means to be present in a landscape.
Victoria & Albert Museum Print Archive
Scarborough Art Gallery and Museum's Trust

Printmakers Council Prize, The Natural World online exhibition, 2021
John Purcell Paper Prize, Ochre Print Studio, 2019
Printmakers Council Prize, Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution, 2013
Printmakers Council Student Award, Ochre Print Studio, 2013

Turps Correspondence Course 2021/22, 2022/23 & 2023/24
BA (Honours) Graphic Design, Surrey Institute of Art and Design, Epsom (University for the Creative Arts)
BTEC Foundation Art and Design, Richmond upon Thames College, Twickenham

Making an Impression, Printmakers Council at 50

Printmakers Council
Ochre Print Studio
East London Printmakers