I am a socially engaged artist, activist and narrative researcher based in Bristol. I work with people who find themselves on the margins for one reason or another, and issues of belonging, place and cultural exchange are central to my practice. I design and deliver creative interactions, inviting people to be part of an art process in a relaxed and expressive way.

My studio is the place where I reflect, experiment, hatch ideas, and have quiet conversations with myself. As part of this process I am developing a language of distinctive, ephemeral, site-specific ways of sharing work, reaching beyond galleries to places where art is not usually exhibited.

I am currently working as an artist-researcher on two projects with interdisciplinary teams from UWE:
VIP-CLEAR: Voices in a Pandemic: Children’s Lockdown Experiences Applied to Recovery
and
Improving well being and mental health relating to racism in 9 to 11 year olds.
In both projects, I deisgn and deliver arts based research methods, and have led on the production of two illustrated books to be used in schools and other settings: Learning to live with Fog Monsters and If racism vanished for a day…

If you would like to discuss how we might work creatively together, please get in touch with me via the Contact page.