Here you can find details of my current and past projects & workshops

Collaborative projects & workshops

elemental: 2 artists, 4 elements, 6 workshops, 8 women: an experiential exploration of the elements through movement, site-specific artworks and meditation. Create a visual memoir of your elemental journey through earth, air, water & fire and what they mean to you. An ongoing collaborative project with artist Clare Whistler

the worldsmiths: eco-feminist writers – an inclusive intersectional ecofeminist group, sharing writing online and at occasional gatherings in Hastings

One-off creative workshops

Wild Writing at Wilderness Wood: a creative writing workshop inspired by the woods, for graduates of the Roots and Wings programme and other young women members of the wood (age 12 plus)

Bodies at The Hive: an evening exploring how it feels to inhabit a body, the pressures and pleasures, the pains and insights, how society treats us as women, both inside and outside our bodies through the medium of collage leading on to a piece of writing

Wild Writing at The Hive: be led through a journey of inner and outer landscapes, linking words to memories, dreams and visions. Inspired by the work of Treesisters

Midwinter festival of light: celebrate the ancient festival of Brigid’s day & Imbolc, to welcome in the light at Midwinter by creating a Brigid doll & cross from straw & herbs, baking Barmbrack/ bairínbreac – traditional bread speckled with dried fruit and much more. Collaboration with artist Lucy Brennan-Shiel

Past projects

the temps: a collective of artists, photographers, writers, film-makers & mental health professionals creating impermanent artworks around Hastings & St Leonards on the theme of art as healing in the context of mental illness/mental health

aGender arts & education: founder of this local charity, which works with young people to challenge stereotypes, raise aspirations and help them to feel good about themselves, their identity and others, using creative media to open up critical thinking and encourage positive expression

riart Grrrls: founder of feminist arts collective in Hastings & beyond: challenging gender stereotypes & misogyny through creative media