She was trained as a manuscript writer and illuminator.
She attended S. Silas, Kentish Town for many years in the 1920's.
She had a studio in Charminster Road, Bournemouth; near St. Francis Church, Bournemouth and also attended there as a regular member of the congregation. It has been said that her studio was a terrible muddle, paint everywhere. She had short cut, bobbed hair, and described as typically arty. It is thought that very little was paid for her work.
While she lived in Bournemouth she was remembered as a daily communicant and a weekly penitent. She was a very devout lady who expressed in her art her faith and devotion.
She died in 1983.