Hold a first degree in Integrated Rural Art and Industry from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST- Kumasi, Ghana. She currently works at the Dei Centre for the Study of Contemporary African Art located at Tesano in Accra, Ghana as the assistant administrator. Her training in Integrated Rural Art and Industry has equipped her with a deep knowledge of the use of a wide range of materials from wood, metal, leather to clay.
Her interest revolves around the search for new knowledge on the preservation of indigenous crafts from the diverse traditions and cultures. She draws inspiration from the use of organic materials which serves as the media for her works. Her work is an evolving experiment to find new ways of working and also to share her knowledge with others. Her current creations explore the use of natural yarns in the design of various fashionable items.