I have been fortunate to work with hundreds of organisations teaching art and delivering learning programmes spanning the arts, education, heritage and health.
I aim to be as sustainable as possible in my practice, with green recycling bags at the ready to recycle any waste incurred.
I am qualified with an MA in Arts Management, BA Hons in Visual Studies and Certificate in Education. This has enabled me to write winning proposals, design learning programmes, work to budget and provide creative solutions for a range of very diverse clients.
Some of the great organisations I have worked with include:
Marks and Spencer Archives: delivered a sustainable arts learning programme as part of their Plan A because there is no Plan B. I designed a series of workshops re-using their waste to inspire their audience to make fashion accessories.
Interface Carpets: one of the worlds largest sustainable carpet companies to run some eco- jewellery workshops as part of Clerkenwell Design Week.
Hay Festival: commissioned to run some recycled jewellery workshops for both children and adults as part of their Winter Programme.
Age UK and Museums Worcestershire: wrote a winning proposal to make memory books and design a learning programme for the over 50’s. Involved in marketing, evaluation and commissioned to make a regional resource on “how to make a memory book”.
BBC: commissioned to design some making workshops in response to their Breathing Places campaign.