2001 – 2004 Royal Academy Schools, London. MFA, Painting.
1998 – 2000 Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, BFA, Oxford University.
1997 – 1998 Byam Shaw School of Art, London. Foundation Diploma.
SELECTED SOLO SHOWS
2011- Headland, Riflemaker Gallery, London.
2007 – “Terminus”, Riflemaker Gallery, London.
2004 – Riflemaker, Beak Street, London.
2003 – The Loft, Kunming City, Yunnan Province, China.
SELECTED GROUP SHOWS
- -Saatchi Gallery & Channel 4′s New Sensations and The Future Can Wait, London.
- -Polemically Small, Torrance Art Museum, CA, USA.
- Three Graces, preview for 2011, Riflemaker, Londo
- Summer Exhibition, Riflemaker, London.
- “Hard/Soft”, National Arts Club, New York.
- “VOODOO: Hoochie Coochie and the Creative Spirit”, Riflemaker, London.
- “Demons, Yarns and Tales”, Tapestries by contemporary artists, London and New York
- “Beijing Biennale”, British Pavilion, National Museum of China, Beijing.
- Francesca Lowe & Marta Marcé at Charles Street, Patricia Papachristidis, London.
- Deutsche Bank: “Flux” National Theater, London
- “New London Kicks”, Wooster Projects, New York.
- Soho House, New York
- “Bloom Nasty”, Riflemaker Gallery, London
- “Hans Christen Anderson”, Dover Street, London
- The Ragged School, Union Street, London.
- Post-graduate Diploma show, Royal Academy Schools, London.
- Red Mansions Winners Exhibition, Lethaby Gallery, London.
- Prenelle Gallery, Canary Warf, London.
- “Alight Here”, Aldwych tube station, London.
- “Premiums- Royal Academy Interim Show”, Sackler Gallery, Royal Academy.
- BA show, Ruskin School, Oxford.
- Oxford University Press Publishing House.
- Deutsche Bank Pyramid Award for Fine Art.
- Red Mansions Art Prize. Selected by a distinguished panel of judges including Judith Nesbitt (Head of Exhibitions and Displays _ Tate Britain), Edward Lucie-Smith (writer and Critic), Charlotte Mullins (journalist), John Russell Taylor (journalist), Xu Zhongmin (artist) and Nicolette Kwok (Director of Red Mansion Foundation). The 6 winners spent one month in Kunming, China where they were provided with a studio space, accommodation and a travel bursary.