Currie studied at The University College of the Arts in Norwich where she achieved a B.A. Honours in Fine Art. She went on to study at the London Atelier of Representational Art. She moved home to Worcester in 2015 to set up full-time as an artist. Her work combines the traditional techniques of the Old Masters with a modern viewpoint to create classical representational oil paintings with contemporary composition.
Since then she has exhibited across the country including in London, Broadway, and York. She became an associate to the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists in 2017 and was elected their youngest full member in 2018. She has had numerous private and public commissions including: The Budworths, owners of the Lady Magazine; SENSE charity; Joy Squires, Labour City Councillor; Dr John Inge the Bishop of Worcester, and Frank Southam, the Sword Bearer of Worcester. She has been on Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the year 2021 and had the wonderful opportunity to paint Sir Trevor McDonald, who chose her portrait to take home as his personal favourite.