Esmé studied at The Royal Academy Schools and Central St Martins. She has work in both public and private collections and has taken part in many exhibitions including the Royal Academy Summer Show, the RWA, invited artist at The Discerning Eye and Woolwich Print Fair and a number of International Print and Drawing Biennales. She has done residencies in Latvia and Britain and recently a number of collaborative projects leading up to an exhibition in London in September ‘21. She has long experience of part-time teaching, from children’s workshops to Degree level.
'I work in drawing and print. Much of my work concerns representations of hair; a subject rich in cultural significance which also has distinct physical and visual properties. I’m interested in learning from the past and bringing those studies into the present. More recently I have begun to use new materials and processes allowing me to experiment and broaden my practice. The resulting work is often but not always representational'.