I was born in Auckland, the great granddaughter of one of New Zealand's most esteemed artists, Charles Blomfield. In the 1970s I moved to London where I met and lived with the famous Scottish psychiatrist, Dr. RD Laing. We spent their time between London, Rome, the enchanted mountains of Kitzbuhel in the Tyrolean Alps and the United States. Since coming home to New Zealand two decades later, I have had a psychotherapy practice for more than fifteen years. Perhaps because of my clinical work, some of her drawings and paintings seem to impart an archetypal or other worldly sense of the human experience, a glimpse almost into the eternal present moment. Many of my original works are held in private collections in London, Rome, California, Colorado, Singapore, Tokyo, Sydney and Auckland. The University of Glasgow's Special Collections Department holds 35 drawings from my years with Ronnie Laing.