I currently work for Hertford College at the University of Oxford as Outreach & Communications Officer. I work with schools and prospective applicants to de-mystify Oxford and manage the college website. In my spare time I enjoy writing about art and design and making linocut prints.
I'm an MA Curating graduate from the Courtauld Institute of Art, where I co-curated the public exhibition 'CORPUS: The Body Unbound', working with the Courtauld Gallery and the Arts Council Collection.
Before this, I studied BA History of Art at the University of Oxford where I wrote my undergraduate thesis on British inter-war cinema architecture - exploring the ways in which space and style affected the experience of cinema-goers. I'm thrilled that this essay was short-listed in the top four national entries to the Association of Art Historians Dissertation Prize.
At Oxford, I was involved in nine theatre productions, with experience in the roles of designer, producer and production manager. My graphic design work has encompassed everything from posters to beer labels.
Find out more about my printmaking by following @NutgroveStudios on Instagram.