Freelance Artist Educator:
2017-19 CityClub, MK Gallery
2017-P Young Persons Programme, Frieze
Schools’ Programme, South London Gallery
2017 Studio Takeovers, Camden Arts Centre
2014-15 Artist-Led Workshop Programme, Tate
Higher And Further Education:
2012- P Havering College of Further and Higher Education, BA and Foundation Fine Art Lecturer
2011 The Slade School of Fine Art, Summer School, Studio / Teaching Assistant
Artist Talks / Visiting Lecturing:
2017 Wimbledon College of Arts (BA Fine Art VL)
2015 The Slade School of Fine Art (MA Fine Art VL)
2014 Artycok; Jerwood Encounters (Online Magazine Interview)
[Again] Conversation #2, Thinking Currency, LARC
Central Saint Martins (MA Fine Art VL)
2012 ICA; Bloomberg New Contemporaries (Online Interview)
2011 The Slade School of Fine Art, Summer School (Artist Talk)
2010 Q Art; Chelsea College of Art and Design (Artist Talk)
Artist Led Workshops:
2017 Beyond Memories, Dementia Workshop, London Brain Project
2016 Project Visible, Schools and Teachers Workshop, Tate
Big Draw, Schools Workshop, Archer Academy
2013 Amersham School Ceramics Workshop, Arts Express
This October I will be one of the Artists leading on the Young Person Programme at Frieze Art Fair
I will be displaying the work from a dementia focused workshop at this exhibition with London Brain Project
For 2017-19 I am one of the Associate Artists at MK Gallery, working with MK Gallery's learning team and communities in Milton Keynes to expand City Club projects.
In January 2017 I was Family Artist in Resident at the Camden Arts Centre. Responding to the work of Joachim Koester and my own practice, I explored themes of body, movement, gesture and rhythm through a series of ’Studio Takeovers’.
Working with Cinema 6, we devised a workshop as part of Intergeneration at Flat Time House, which was aimed at families who want to tell stories to, and with, each other. The workshop bought together special effects from very early cinema to state-of-the-art 3D cinema to help young people tell stories about their own past and possible futures.
In 2014-15 I was an Artist on the Artists in Residence Workshop Program at Tate; here I worked in collaboration with Schools and Teachers to devise an activity as part of the resources. My activity, M is for Moving Through, Moving You, sought to use performance as a way of navigating exhibition space through feelings.
I helped to conceive and initiate the artist run project space, LOCOMOTION, which held its inaugural Artist Moving Image Festival. For this we co-curated a 3-day program of international artists film and video work that was screened alongside a series of talks.