Influenced by the concept of the Anthropocene, Amelia creates artwork with the intention of communicating the degenerative effects on the biosphere resulting from the ‘Great Acceleration’ in human activity during this era.

In 2017 she graduated from the specialist, City and Guilds of London Art School gaining a first class honours Bachelor of Fine Art Sculpture degree. Amelia exhibits in galleries and art fairs throughout the UK. Her artwork is included in private art collections such as the Tim Sayer Collection, London.

In 2017 Amelia received the Clyde & Co Art Award, and the Beth Gotowski Award.


  • City & Guilds of London Art School,  BA Fine Art Sculpture, 1st Class Honours

  • City & Guilds of London Art School, Foundation Fine Art, Merit


  • World Art Award, National Open Art, Shortlisted, 2017 Ruth Tate Award, Shortlisted, 2017

  • Mary Beth Gutowski Award, 2017 Clyde & Co Art Award, 2017