I work as an artist, creative educator and project/technical Manager, regionally, Nationally and Internationally. Although much of the creative work involves the use of technology a mixed medium approach is always employed resulting in installation work, performance and a fusion of artforms. My background in theatre and performance has transferred to installation, visual arts and the creation of works using projection or moving image, often in public spaces. The link between mediums is under-pinned by the content of the work and the communication the artwork has with its audience. I have particular interests in interactivity, participation, and social/public involvement in the creation of artwork. This often leads me to create works that engage on a variety of levels and for a wide demographic of audience. My creative work, or group work with Low Brow Trash and Engagement Party, has been exhibited widely across the UK, including Nottingham Contemporary (Sound Tardis), Arnolfini (Bristol, 1/800 and TAG), Format Photography Festival, (Derby, It's Good to Smash pt1) and a variety of 'pop-up' spaces such as disused shops (MYGO exhibition for example - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc-OAyOPyxA&list=FLR5H8zl71ZDhGTaLhq0TRlg&index=14). Other works include; 'Jolly Jims Place Yer Face', 'R.P.S' and 'The Grass is Always Greener...' Collaborative projects or relationships are key to many creative projects and I have worked under the guise of Low Brow Trash (1/800, TAG, Gossip, For Amusement Only, Mwahahaha, The Mooderator) and in artists groups such as The Engagement Party (MYGO, Digital Stage). I have often utilised performance in my projects; live work with Lee and Dawes, Stark, Low Brow White Trash and Dogs in Honey has complimented work in film, installation and interactive performance. I have created and delivered educational projects across a multitude of environments and with diverse groups; ipad work with older generations in care settings to working with students at Nottingham Trent University. I have often devised my own eduction projects with external funding, but have worked with Arts Council, Ignite Futures and the Youth Justice Board to create and deliver projects. Project management and technical management includes work for International artist Ray Lee, World Event Young Artists, City Arts (Nottingham), Now Festival, Islington International, Barclays New Stages and Japanese dancer Suburo Teshigawara. Most of my technical and production work is with artists or creative organisations as the projects tend to be bespoke and therefore offer greater challenges and creative input.