As a young girl with profound dyslexia, Scarlett turned to the medium of art as a way to communicate her feelings, using painting to rebuild the world in a way which she could understand.
She went on to undertake a degree in art from Central Saint Martins, and she is one of the youngest artists to have had a solo exhibition in London’s esteemed Cork Street Galleries. Since graduating in 2009, Scarlett has enjoyed several successful shows and been involved in a number of public projects. Her high profile collectors and supporters include Lord Jonathan Marland, Duffy, Take That, Roxy Music and Orlando Bloom.
Scarlett describes herself as an Augmentist, painting impressionistically but using augmented reality to reveal the deeply personal process beneath each painting. Using augmented reality app Blippar, Scarlett is able to take the painting process far beyond the canvas, stripping away the layers of her paintings to reveal the creative journey beneath; the thought process, the layers of paint and the raw emotion and inspiration.