Let’s work together!
I’m passionate about the power of the arts to both celebrate and support people and places
I have over 10 year’s experience in delivering learning and participatory experiences in the cultural sector, spanning across libraries, museums, galleries and festivals and roles ranging across production, management, operations, and hands on delivery and facilitation. So there are loads of ways we can work together!
My background in the visual arts, as a practicing artist instils a creative approach in all the work that I do. And across every strand I am empathy led and work hard to create safe and inclusive spaces for everyone I collaborate with.
Project management and producing
I have delivered multi-stakeholder projects that have a high quality artistic output that champion change, celebrate diversity and empower the local community. I produce programmes for festivals, community spaces and arts organisations, and love helping creatives develop participatory experiences.
Workshops and facilitation
I can deliver workshops for all ages, including cyanotype, anthotype, pinhole photography, creative activism, natural ink making and more. I love working with communities on collaborative projects, that find ways for people to tell their own stories.
Making creative mess is always on the agenda! I love designing and delivering playful art experiences. This may have a more structured approach, such as an arts award scheme. It might be adding passive programming to a community space for people to engage with if they wish, or simply making space to have fun exploring materials.
“her work inspires me, and her ability to give space and time for people to find their own voice and support them is a lesson we could all learn. Gentle. Honest. Kind.”
Suzanne Stallard – Director of Jelly Arts
‘Thank you for always making work a safe space for us to be our true, authentic selves’.Sophie – team member
‘Thank you so much for today. You were amazing. I feel so inspired by your creative process and gentle manner with all the children.’Kate – project participant
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