2020 The Tai Lue Project. Making Futures: Rethinking Craft Communities. Philippines.
2019 The Tai Lue Project. Bunka Gakuen University Gallery, Tokyo.
2019 The Thai Lue Project. European Development Days, Brussels, Belgium.
2019 The Thai Lue Project. Chiang Mai Design Week. Chiang Mai, Thailand.
2019 The Tai Lue Project: embodying a cultural identity through cloth. IFFTI. Manchester.
2018 The Thai Lue Project. Chiang Mai Design Week. Chiang Mai, Thailand.
2018 Fashioning Tradition: The Tai Lue Project. State of Fashion. Arnhem, Netherlands.
2018 Lucie Rie: Ceramics and Buttons. York Art Gallery.
2017 The Tai Lue Project, Chang Mai University, Thailand.
2016 Indigo: Blue Alchemy. University of Manchester.
2017 Refuge: Ropner's Ghost Ship Preston Park Museum, Teesside.
2017 Indigo: the promise of more alchemy. INTERSECTIONS. Loughborough University London.
2016 Indigo: Blue Alchemy. IFFTI. Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, China.
2014 Hand Made. Bunka Gakuen University Gallery, Tokyo.
2013 Field to Fashion. Queens Gallery, British Council, Delhi, India.
2013 Another Peace. Cotton Exchange: A Material Response. Rajnagar Mill, Ahmedabad, India.
2012 Nineteen Hundred. Beijing Fashion Art Exhibition. Central Academy of Fine Art, China.
2012 Cotton Exchange: A Material Response, Queen St Mill Museum, Lancashire.
2011 Translating Tradition. Manchester Asia Triennial.
2011 By A Lady. I am Human. The New School House Gallery, York.
2010 Revive. International Contemporary Design. Xuzhou Art Gallery, China.
2009 Travellers’ Tales. Contemporary Applied Arts, London.
2009 Armchair Politico. National Centre for Craft and Design. Sleaford.
2007 Mud Angels. Manchester: Our Tradition is Innovation, Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, China.
2007 By A Lady. 200 Years, Slavery Now, Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool.
2007 Mud Angels. Exhibited in Made in Manchester, Chinese Art Museum Xiamen City, China.
2004 Salvaged. Exhibited in Ceramics & Textiles, at Gallery 10, Daimaru, Tokyo.
1998 Fashion Illustrators Collective Exhibition, Natural History Museum, London Fashion Week.
1998 Fashion Illustrators Collective. University of the Arts London
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