"When looking for a graduate curating programme, Goldsmiths was the only course I found that encouraged independent, innovative thinking around contemporary curatorial practice and art within an internationally diverse environment. The hands-on opportunities to work and learn in the field offered by the programme also matched my desire for professional development. My research into graduate courses left no doubt: it had to be Goldsmiths, it had to be London.
Fast-paced and intellectually rigorous, the MFA Curating course demanded high levels of professionalism and integrity. It cultivated a personal work ethic around the larger social and political frameworks of working with artists and presenting art in the public realm. The programme also opened up extraordinary opportunities for students. While at Goldsmiths I co-curated a British Arts Council-sponsored exhibition in Italy in conjunction with one of celebrated curator Harold Szeemann’s final shows, and gave talks at the Victoria Miro Gallery and the Serpentine Gallery. These experiences provided a springboard for my subsequent career."