My creative process often starts with a walk; making connections to places, people and objects in the landscape. Observation, recording, collecting, drawing and writing all form part of a process of slowing down and engaging with what I find.
I enjoy working as a creative practitioner in community settings on a clear purpose, facilitating the development of an event, object, experience or conversations that brings together people from all walks of life, age and experience. I'm particularly interested in the potential of the creative spaces between communities and archaeologists.
My personal practice is quieter and more contemplative and includes walking, thinking, researching, collaborating, making and sharing focusing on the narratives of objects.