Alice cares about the connection between people and the landscapes that surround them. In her practice, she combines scientific precision and inquiry with ideas of homeland and community to make herself a place within the systems around her - biological, generational, social, cartographic - and explores the simultaneous strength and vulnerability of our natural world. She imagines that every patch of earth is someone’s special place, and she would love to introduce you to hers.

Alice is currently pursuing a BFA in Fine Art at The Ruskin School of Art in Oxford (St John’s College). Previously, she completed an Art Foundation at Manchester School of Art, where her piece Memorial for Hyde won the award for best work in the foundation show.

Alongside this, Alice is the co-director of art collective MIXER//SHREDDER, a collaborative making and discussion group, with which she exhibited at Modern Art Oxford’s EMPRES The Art of Noises festival.

Selected CV - full CV available on request


Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford, BFA Fine Art (2019-22)

Manchester School of Art, Foundation Diploma in Art and Design (2018-19)


Egerton Coghill Landscape Prize (Runner Up), Ruskin School of Art

Kevin Slingsby Prize for Funnel Vision (Shortlisted), Ruskin School of Art

Alumni Prize for Best Final Exhibition in Foundation, Manchester School of Art

Dean's Prize for Best Sketchbook, Manchester School of Art

Solo Exhibitions

My Family's Farm, The Dolphin Gallery, Oxford (2022)

Cluster, The Barn, Oxford (2020)

Group Exhibitions

Amongst the Flowers and the Garbage, Le 6b, Paris (2021)

EMPRES Sound Art Award, Modern Art Oxford (2020)

Industry Magazine's Synthesia, Fusion Arts, Oxford (2020)

Projects and Events

Editor of St John's College's 1555 Magazine (2019-22)

Speaker at Creative Conversations with Artists and Scientists, The Natural History Museum, Oxford (2021)

Co-curator of Sign Symbol Sound exhibition, Modern Art Oxford (2021)

Member of TORCH's Art Biodiversity and Climate Network (2020-ongoing)