My current studio project is The Stinging Nettle Atlas, written and visual maps that tell tales of rural childhood with my 5 sisters and explore themes of girlhood, freedom, and resilience.
In my participatory work I am interested in developing flexible and responsive processes that allow us to think imaginatively with ourselves, and each other. I use creative practice to support people who find themselves on the margins to express their personal perspectives as part of a shared purpose.
I write, and make paintings, books, maps, and animations revolving around ideas of connection and belonging. I often collaborate, seeing my work in a community of practice that extends across disciplines.
To see some examples click onto My Work, and if you’d like to talk to me about any of it, please get in touch with me via the contact page.