Helen’s work is informed primarily by the landscape, and although figures are not often present in her images, it is the human aspect which compels her to make a print. Working from photographs and drawings, Helen takes elements from the known landscape and fuses them with remembered or imaginary forms. By attempting to understand the definitive nature of a subject, Helen hopes, through the printing process, to develop a narrative which is more resonant or unexpected.

Helen has been awarded two Printmakers Council prizes and her work is held in the V&A Museum's print collection and the permanent public art collection of the Scarborough Art Gallery and Museum.
BA (Honours) Graphic Design, Surrey Institute of Art and Design, Epsom (University for the Creative Arts)
HND Art and Design, Richmond upon Thames College, Twickenham

Ochre Print Studio, Guildford
Printmakers Council