British artist associated with the Stuckist movement and known for the shocking themes of her paintings. Her best-known works include Paul Dacre's Prawn Cocktail and If We Could Undo Psychosis 1 & 2.
After graduating from Scotland's Stirling University, she worked as a journalist for Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph, and other prominent newspapers.
She is perhaps best known for her Holocaust-themed paintings.
She was born in the Charlton district of London and attended high school in Wolverhampton, England.
Her macabre painting, If We Could Undo Psychosis 2, depicts infamous child murderer Myra Hindley holding a child and a teddy bear.