Philippa’s practice stems from an exploration and development into experimental analogue filmmaking. Initially, using techniques formed during printmaking and exposure with a focus centered around the process of making. Circulating around notions of space and time, Philippa has projected, the idea of reliving, or repeating moments that in reality can never truly be repeated. This has been realised in various experiments working directly onto 16mm film. These experimental works have created optical sound films which has lead to further exploration between analogue and digital sounds created through various processes. Recently, Philippa’s practice has focused more on projecting just simply the moment of creation which has began an interesting journey into performance.
In 2015, alongside Philippa’s practice she started a Nomadic Gallery, Threads, which has seen multiple residencies, exhibitions, screenings and critiques across Kent. From 2016 - 2019, Philippa Programme Managed and curated Strangelove Festival, a time based arts festival. In 2016 as a sessional lecturer Philippa delivered the professional practice module at Canterbury Christ Church University. During 2017 Philippa project managed one of the Folkestone Triennial 2017 commissions. In 2018 Philippa joined the South East Creatives Programme as Local Coordinator for Kent, programming local delivery and guiding Creative, Cultural and Digital SME's through a grant and business support programme.