I studied visual art and design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (1998) and sculpture at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London (BFA, 2001). Ever since, I have been concerned with the fusion of sculpture, drawing and video. My work is situated at the intersection of these different media, and in my installation works I address their basic elements, structural components and theoretical references. In 2017, I completed a master's degree in Art and Public Space at Oslo National Academy of the Arts. During the study, I formulated a project called Temporary Places where I actively engage in the use of empty storefronts for showing art on street level. The project is driven by an interest in perception and awareness towards one's surroundings and embodies the idea of "the individual's right to the city".