In 2013 I had a solo show entitled The Girl who had a Tail, which was the culmination of three years work. The show was a coming of age tale, exploring my transformation from girl to woman, through paintings, drawings, sculpture, installations and embroideries. In response to the darker history of fairytale I wrote a feminist retelling of Little Red Riding Hood in which I cast myself as the heroine entitled The Girl who had a Tail. The story was a metaphor for my own experience in an abusive relationship. The show included a full size wire horse head, spine and tail sculpture, a blue embroidered riding cloak, large graphite drawings of twisted and broken horse headed women, a hare skeleton with a human hair crown and a horse skull with a hair bridle. The works played with traditional and self-invented mythologies, heavy with symbol and metaphor. The wolf met a very violent end.