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Currently 'resident wandmaker' for Grimm & Co, an apothecary for magical beings, behind which hides a children's creative writing centre in Rotherham, South Yorkshire. Supplying evil plots, wild schemes and kitchenware since 1148.
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UK clothing brand TOAST invited me to be part of their Of The Land campaign in 2015, featuring a selection of British artists who work with or on the land. My contribution to the project in the Oxford branch of the store, consisted of a series of paintings made using locally sourced pigments and hand carved spoons from native British timber, accompanying an artist talk and demonstration.
Collaboration in 2014 with clothing designer Rebecca Carr, based in York, UK. Three detailed patches of subtle hand embroidery were added to a wool crepe kimono style jacket. The stitches referenced darning techniques used to strengthen seams and join layers.
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In the summer of 2016 I ran a series of creative play sessions for 2-5 year olds as part of the Brutalist Playground exhibition at S1 Artspace, which saw the Turner Prize winners Assemble together with artist Simon Terrill create an interactive installation based on the original concrete play structures of post-war Brutalist housing estates.
The play sessions involved activities and games in and around the sculptures, with creative tasks based on simple building and construction ideas.