My practice involves exploring sex, queerness and aggression as it relates to trauma and violence. My recent work has involved the journalistic practice of interviewing, with the focus being on perpetrators and victims of sexual assault. I use these interviews to create films, audio works, images and texts. Painting accompanies my practice at all times, with the majority of the work informed by the wider context in which we live, and by my surroundings, both external and intimate.
Sophie graduated with a first class BSc in Liberal Arts and Sciences with a major in Biological Science in 2019 from the University of Birmingham, UK and is working towards a masters of Fine Art at University of the Arts London. She was the winner of The Ashurst Emerging Artist prize (2019) and the CHBH (Centre for Human Brain Health) artwork competition (2019) and was also highly commended by the Visual Art Open award (2020), the RAD prize (2022) and the Parse Student Juried Competition (2018). She is a dual uk/usa citizen, currently based in Berlin as a resident artist for GlogauAIR (DE).