‘Exclusion, marginalisation, othering:how can the arts respond?’

As a second part to the British Academy Rising Star "Exclusion, Marginalisation and Othering: How Can the Arts Respond?" on 10th March 2020, I facilitated a Creative Intervention on a day with esteemed speakers atSt. John’s Divinity, University of Cambridge 



Sunken Garden Mural, Institute Of Criminology, Cambridge 2019

The Mural was commissioned to mark the Institute Of  Criminology’s 60th Anniversary since it was established by Professor Radzinowicz in 1959. Following an Artist Residency in HMP Whitemoor last summer where I worked on murals in two areas. 

A short film capturing the project can be found on the linked Wordpress page about the Mural.

The Heart featured in the branches, was made in Memory of Jack & Saskia, on the Friday marking Three months since their murders at London Bridge.



Art Workshop Facilitator at Learning Together Alumni event, 2018

Inspired by the LearningTogether Alumni  subject, created by Jack & Gareth:

… ‘Digital Technology in Prisons’, we explored… Transgression or Transformation? The Triumphs, or Treachery of Technology, Concepts Caught Creatively in Collage… The printing press was a technology of its time, reflecting on the points we discussed and opinions shared, works of art were created that illustrated our thinking in the current digital technological age. Reflecting on the disadvantages to individuals with little experience of technology re-entering a society bound by it.


Artists Residency in HMP Whitemoor

2 days/week for 12 weeks plus additional days during Therapy Break, Sessions took place across F-Wing & D-Wing (c.100hrs)

"our first session concluded with a reflection on Alfred Wallis’ work: using Kettle’s Yard’s excellent learning resources, many found comfort in his seascapes, the soothing tones and thoughts of voyages to (not so) distant lands. In the session we made origami boats, which they decorated and named. We thought about where their boat might take them and for many, the destination was home."


daisy Chain 2017 - Projet pluridisciplinaire Arts plastiques et langue vivante étrangère

In May 2017, I had the great privilege of facilitating a Two day workshop, as part of the ESPE Interdisciplinary Arts project at the University of Orleans, Faculty of Education.


Beautiful Mind : Pivotal Illusions

Work created to Illustrate the research of Neuroscientist Dr Jan Freyburg for Pint of Science, Creative Reactions, Cambridge, UK. May 2016

see pages 26-27 of the linked document for details.


(Detail) Revolutionary Retirement : Change Exhibition

Inspired by the transitional change which took place in the three resuce hens I rehomed with the help of the British Hen Welfare Trust (BHWT). 

Residency ECCG

Working creatively in the EmptyCommon Community Garden, Cambridge, UK


ECCG is a Transition Cambridge project: transitioncambridge.org



    e-Luminate : Upcylcled Bottles

At the Light Lab Whittlesey we recycled 60+ bottles with 120 children in to a beautiful, illuminated flower fairy light chain! I also participated in the Light Lab at Cambridge University Science Festival event in ARU, October 2016.



Valentine to the Earth - Pivotal

Originally created as a Pivotal Intervention in Cambridge Market square, Sat 13th Feb 2016, the pieces then went to St Pauls church for the abundance feast in March for @TransitionCambs decor @FoodCycleCamb feast



WOW 2016

As part of my role assiting with the Women of the World festival 2016, I organised the Art Zone at the main event in Cambridge Junction, with Artists Seana Wilson, Mauela Hübner and Ambivalenly Yours.




Frozen Ark Project

I have worked on a variety of projects on behalf of the Frozen Ark Charity. From creating merchandise for the ESBB lecture to organising events in Cambridge including as part of the Science Festival and for Soapbox Saturday at Ackroyd & Harvey's exhibition in the David Attenborough building.

Flowers at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge       Nov 2014 - to present

One of my most treasured activities whilst working at Kettle's Yard was to do the flowers, in both House and Gallery for Somewhere's 'Past, Present, Somewhere' exhibition and Ian Hamilton Finlay's 'Wild Flower' poem. I consider it a privilege to be asked to continue as a volunteer this activity, & also in the new cafe.



Caged Chorus : Fantail Fallout May - July 2015

A two month exhibition in UNIT 7, Grafton Centre, Cambridge. Facillitated by Changing Spaces.



Eye Spieral (Loki) October 2014

An exhibition of works by artists at the Box Café Cambridge, organised by Collaborating Cambridge

Nightscapes      Cambridge. Nov 2013

An exhibition of poetry and mixed media in the

The Leper Chapel, which is a fascinating building & well worth a visit... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leper_Chapel,_Cambridge



Not Until We Are Lost by Ockam's Razor Lincoln Drill Hall February 2013

I had the great honour of performing in the scratch community choir created in Lincoln for this week of performance. I also did the same again for their performance at Cambridge Corn Exchange December 2014.


Lincoln Mystery Plays 2012

From August 2011, when I was approached about Producing Lincoln Mystery Plays 2012 by John S Bowtell, Artistic Director. I worked wholeheartedly on one of the most rewarding projects of my life  until it's realisation in a week of performances in July 2012.


Contrasts Exhibition Martin's Gallery    Kodak Photo Finish Guildhall St. Lincoln June 2011

An exhibition of works by myself & Roy Vickers.

The majority of my images where taken whilst in Portugal, a country which had appeared very arid and sandy until I visited it in February following the winter weather and rains, and it was clearly full of colour.

Roy’s in contrast were taken around Lincoln during the recent deluge of snow, giving an almost monochrome appearance to this beautiful city.




Lindum Noir

An exhibition of dark (Noir)

Surrealist, some topical (at the time of horse meat scandal) imagery, with an element of the controversial; Fine art photography to create debate and exorcise the pain.







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