I am a spatial practitioner, educator and design development expert. Alongside my work at MSA I work with communities and cultural institutions as a freelance workshop facilitator. I am the founder of A Social Arts Practice, a practice that takes action and addresses social injustice through co-design and co-production. My working methods focus on the handmade teaching model making and sculpture techniques. I strive to use the materials that cause least harm to the planet, often using offcuts from carpenters in my work and focusing on renovation projects rather than new build.

The political aspect of social community architecture that engages me most. I work with those most negatively affected by circumstance who are often forgotten by systems that govern and therefore feel a huge pull to use my skills to help foster the fantastic vibrancy and mix of cultures that make up our cities. Working closely with communities is key to access the richness that local knowledge can bring to a project.