After graduating from Manchester University with a first class degree in Art History, I started my career at the fine art brokers Gurr Johns in Mayfair and later worked at the Mayor Gallery on Cork Street in London. In 2004, I graduated from the Courtauld Institute of Art with a Masters in European Modern Art. After my Masters, I project managed the public installation of Giancarlo Neri's "The Writer" 2005 on Hampstead Heath.
I then set up the London-based gallery and publisher, TAG Fine Arts, with Hobby Limon, where I remain a consultant. In 2010, I moved to New York qualifying as an USPAP Certified Appraiser at New York University and went on to build a thriving art advisory business. Returning to London in 2016, I continue to work on both sides of the Atlantic and am the UK representative for the Jon Schueler Estate. A passionate adovate for women artists, I am also the artist agent for the critically acclaimed London-based Guardian photographer, Sarah M. Lee and the New York-based filmmaker Danielle Durchslag.
I am a member of The Association of Women in the Arts (AWITA).