is an illustrator, painter and photographer whose work has provided
some of the most iconic images of the underground bass music scene from
the early days of dubstep through to footwork and beyond.
the flyers and posters she produced for the legendary Dub War parties
in New York to record covers for labels including DMZ, Swamp 81 and
Hyperdub, her illustrations, design work and photography have provided
the visual foil to many of the most exciting moments in electronic music
of recent years. Other musical collaborations include the artwork for
the Wu-Tang Clan’s 2009 album, Enter the Dubstep, and the videos for
three DJ Rashad tracks released on Teklife and Hyperdub.
distinctive visual style links her illustration, painting and print
work - images which are dense and detailed with fine and intricate
lines. Her complex cityscapes, rendered in a largely monochromatic
palette with an occasional burst of colour, are playgrounds for a
revolving cast of DJs, musicians and revellers.
with fellow artists and musicians has been an enduring source of
inspiration, starting with the time spent working with Shepard Fairey in
his Los Angeles design studio. Her photography documenting numerous
Obey exhibitions and street art projects has been included in
publications such as Arkitip and Supply and Demand - The Art of Shephard
Fairey and has also been displayed at the Institute of Contemporary Art
in Boston. Street Treasures, a book of street art photography compiled
over several years spent travelling the globe, was published in 2012.