Angela studied BA Fine Art at Bath Academy of Art, MA Experimental Fine Art at The Slade School of Art, Computing in Art and Design at Middlesex University (CASCAAD) and gained her Doctorate in Drawing in relation to Technology through Wimbledon School of Art and Surrey University.
She produces both series and independent still and moving image works and has exhibited continuously both nationally and abroad. In 2020 she won the Alpine Fellowship Visual Art Prize and was longlisted for the Lumen Prize for a second time with her submission; Flux | Meltdown ...no time to spare. She was a finalist in the Marshwood Arts Awards 2019 and four of her video-works were selected for Art-Gene's Digital U Extreme Views Exhibition 2020, by curator Alejandro Ball. In addition, Flux | Meltdown ...no time to spare has been selected for several film festivals during 2021 and 2022; Still Voices Short Film Festival Ireland, Hastings Rocks Film Festival, London Rocks Film Festival, Brighton Rocks Festival, Rome Independent Prisma Awards and Best Shorts California. Monolith | Totem ...under the yolk has been selected for FESTIVAL ANGAELICA California and Walthamstow International Film Festival. Abracadabra ...the illusion of change, has been selected for the Alternative Film Festival Toronto, Ontario.
She initiated and directed both the BA Hons in Drawing (the first drawing dedicated course in the UK) and the MA in Drawing at Camberwell College of Arts (University of the Arts, London). As a Research Fellow, she was Content Co-ordinator for the ground-breaking, BAFTA nominated DVD, entitled ‘Seeing Drawing’, a project involving five major university partners across the UK, which launched in 2001.
Angela lives and works in East Sussex.