Born in Folkestone, she studied under Frank Marriott at Goldsmith's College, at Camberwell School of Art and at Redhill School of Art under William Todd BROWN. She started exhibiting in 1903 and her one success at the RA was in 1909, when she was living in Horley. Her career between then and when she joined STISA during the Second World War is a blank, although her study period with Todd Brown must have been between 1922 and 1940. By 1940 she was living in Mousehole, Cornwall, and she is described as a new associate member at the 1941 Autumn Exhibition. She contributed watercolours of local scenes to STISA shows for nearly 20 years.
Painter in watercolours
RA (1) 1903; STISA Autumn 1941 (new associate member), 1947 (SA), 49 and 51 FoB Touring Shows
Tovey (2003) Creating a Splash;