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Uxbridge Intu Mural

Autumn 2014 I worked with Uxbridge Young Carers to create a mural for the Intu shopping mall in the centre of the town. Over several workshops we developed a narrative image to tell a story they had written collectively, entitled “Escape

Uxbridge Intu Mural

Autumn 2014 I worked with Uxbridge Young Carers to create a mural for the Intu shopping mall in the centre of the town. Over several workshops we developed a narrative image to tell a story they had written collectively, entitled “Escape

Story trail for Charleston

The Charleston Trust asked me to design an activity for visitors to this iconic Sussex farmhouse, which would enable family groups to engage with the beautiful gardens and the quirky artworks they contain. I have created an illustrated booklet which leads the participants into a sculpture hunt and prompts them to

Story trail for Charleston

The Charleston Trust asked me to design an activity for visitors to this iconic Sussex farmhouse, which would enable family groups to engage with the beautiful gardens and the quirky artworks they contain. I have created an illustrated booklet which leads the participants into a sculpture hunt and prompts them to

Futuropolis: documentary short

The terrific video production company, Tuf Yak, have made a great little film about my Futuropolis installation, which you can watch from this site. It runs for just over 4 minutes. Click on this post to get to the hyperlink.  

Futuropolis: documentary short

The terrific video production company, Tuf Yak, have made a great little film about my Futuropolis installation, which you can watch from this site. It runs for just over 4 minutes. Click on this post to get to the hyperlink.  

Coming soon…Futuropolis, the biggest Big Draw so far!

October 29th, 30th and 31st will be Big Draw at the De La Warr Pavilion. For it I have designed a huge sculptural installation of “Futuropolis”, an imaginary city of the future. The simple slotted forms will provide surfaces for

Coming soon…Futuropolis, the biggest Big Draw so far!

October 29th, 30th and 31st will be Big Draw at the De La Warr Pavilion. For it I have designed a huge sculptural installation of “Futuropolis”, an imaginary city of the future. The simple slotted forms will provide surfaces for

Symbiosis sculptures for Coastal Currents 2013

Two insect/plant hybrid sculptures created for the Coastal Currents arts festival. The pieces demonstrate the interdependence of lifeforms, using insects indigenous to my home environment. In particular, the Potter Flower Bees which feature in Symbiosis II are endangered. One of

Symbiosis sculptures for Coastal Currents 2013

Two insect/plant hybrid sculptures created for the Coastal Currents arts festival. The pieces demonstrate the interdependence of lifeforms, using insects indigenous to my home environment. In particular, the Potter Flower Bees which feature in Symbiosis II are endangered. One of

Site-specific sculpture for City & Hackney Carers’ Centre

I’ve just finished a seven-week residency at the City & Hackney Carers’ Centre, working with a wonderful group of adult carers to create a collaborative sculpture for the building . The project was initiated by Create (Arts) Limited, with sponsorship

Site-specific sculpture for City & Hackney Carers’ Centre

I’ve just finished a seven-week residency at the City & Hackney Carers’ Centre, working with a wonderful group of adult carers to create a collaborative sculpture for the building . The project was initiated by Create (Arts) Limited, with sponsorship

Ultra Violet Reef at the Southbank Centre

My collaborative drawing installation, the Ultra-violet Reef, was at the Southbank Centre, London for the Imagine Festival, 11th – 24th February 2013. Thousands of visitors of all ages added countless, fabulous, fluorescent drawings and collage works to the walls of

Ultra Violet Reef at the Southbank Centre

My collaborative drawing installation, the Ultra-violet Reef, was at the Southbank Centre, London for the Imagine Festival, 11th – 24th February 2013. Thousands of visitors of all ages added countless, fabulous, fluorescent drawings and collage works to the walls of