You're studying for your BA at Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen. What was the course like and what have you taken from it?
Gray's was always going to be an interesting choice – it's by far the most geographically remote of all the art schools in Scotland and the UK, and it's at the heart of a city driven by the energy sector where money means quite a lot. The course is very inclusive. We have a class of just under fifty students, all of whom are unique in how they work, think, conceive of ideas and execute them on paper or on screen. Above all, Gray's is a small art school – it's a local institution, but that hasn't held any of us back from exploring our potential and putting down roots further afield. This size has meant that everyone knows everyone else; I've been lucky enough to work with some brilliant creatives across the disciplines, and we all learn from each other and are always interested in everyone else's practice. It can be a very supportive environment – it'll be sad to leave in the summer.