Alicia is a wildlife artist, as well as a filmmaker, writer, photographer, and animator – originally form North Yorkshire, now based in Bristol. With a degree in Biological Sciences from Oxford University, Alicia loves to blend her interest in wildlife with her love for the arts, creating bold pieces which act as a bouncing board for others to explore the natural world around them. Alicia is also a passionate wildlife artivist, using her art to convey scientific information, with the aim of inciting a change in thought or behaviour. From light pollution and habitat fragmentation, to noise pollution, and the impact we have on our oceans, Alicia aims to tell impactful stories about our natural world. In 2021, Alicia won David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s Wildlife Artist of the Year “Human Impact” category, and was awarded the inaugural Ingrid Beazley Award, for her wildlife artivism piece “Where the Whale Sang”, which explored how noise pollution affects cetaceans. Working across multiple different media, Alicia loves to play with new techniques and styles to explore different aspects of the natural world. Alicia enjoys working across multiple different disciplines to explore the wildlife around us.