I was born in London in the UK and grew up beside the River Thames. I now live in the hills of Te Whanganui, a Tara / Wellington, Aotearoa, New Zealand and work as an artist, researcher, writer and educator at

Through my artwork, I create imaginal spaces that support fresh encounters with rich ecologies and the complexity held within our sensorial bodies. You can find some of my projects at

My work with art and performance is grounded in interdisciplinary research into shared experience and multi-sensory communication. My art-practice PHD on multi-sensory communication at the University of Sussex involves collaboration with community groups, dance artists, magicians, somatic practitioners and neuroscientists in a curious investigation of touch, presence and living language. We work with Place and diverse creative technologies - analogue and digital - to create participatory performances that embrace the sense that mental, social and environmental ecologies do not simply inform each other, but depend on each other.

Field Trip is an international research symposium investigating creative practice at the intersection of art, science, technology and the environment. 

Sunshine Coast
Sep 25 2021