S is an interdisciplinary artist that currently lives and works in Glasgow. 

She is the coordinator and producer of Motion Creatures film screening events and the co-founder of Eye Am Camera, a newly-formed visual art collaborative project.


Education

Rosedale Heights School Of The Arts- Toronto, Canada, 2005

IEK AKMH- Athens, Greece, 2009

Ash in Arts- Athens, Greece, 2010

BA (Hons) Photography and Film- Edinburgh Napier University- Edinburgh, Scotland, 2015

MLitt Fine Art Practice- Glasgow School of Art- Glasgow, Scotland, 2017


Curriculum Vitae 

  • Africa In Motion Film FestivalStills Gallery - Edinburgh, Scotland (2013) 
  • Africa In Motion Film Festival- CCA - Glasgow, Scotland (2013) 
  • Plastic Camera ShowRayko PhotoCentre -  San Francisco, U.S.A (2014) 
  • Unbind- Summerhall - Edinburgh, Scotland (2015)
  • Free Range - London, England (2015)
  • Live film performance- Woodland Creatures Fringe Festival Venue - Edinburgh, Scotland (2015) 
  • Kennardphillipps 'Here Comes Everybody' collaborative collage exhibitionStills Gallery -Edinburgh, Scotland (2015)
  • All of This and Nothing- Woodland Creatures - Edinburgh, Scotland (2015)
  • Raizvanguarda artist residency programme- Casa do Artista - Gois, Portugal (2015)
  • Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival- Programming Assistant - Hawick, Scotland (2015-2016)
  • Woodland Creatures- Art Director - Edinburgh, Scotland (2013-2016)
  • BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer)- St. Margaret's House - Edinburgh, Scotland (2016)
  • Letters to Barnacle- Glasgow Zine Fair- Glasgow, Scotland (2016)
  • Wish You Where Were?- Leith Late Festival - Edinburgh, Scotland (2016)
  • Fringes- Fine Roots Gallery - Edinburgh, Scotland (2016)
  • Deltiology- Six Foot Gallery - Glasgow, Scotland (2016)
  • Deltiology II- Leith Depot - Edinburgh, Scotland (2017)
  • Pub(i)c- The Old Hairdresser's - Glasgow, Scotland (2017)
  • Permanent Vacation- The Old Hairdresser's - Glasgow, Scotland (2017) 
  • 1st Helensburgh Art Festival- Victoria Halls- Helensburgh, Scotland (2017)


Photograph courtesy of Jack Low

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