Working independently and collaboratively across a range of different contexts and media, light and space, surface and texture, colour and form are key aspects of her work. From highly decorative objects and sculpture to research led investigative projects, artworks have been widely commissioned for health and wellbeing environments, public and private spaces.
Gill is involved in practice based critical research surrounding the dynamic relation of person and place, responding to the environments that she and her works inhabit through art making. She is a Fine Art Researcher at Sheffield Hallam University and an associate of CAPE UK specialising in spatial practice and creative development in education. Working in the public realm across the arts, health and education sectors developing place and person specific projects and programmes, approaches embrace photography, moving image, sound, three dimensional works and craft practices. She is the author of Recovery, examining strategies for creativity in mental health contexts.