I am inspired by the talent and power of people with complex needs. Working with Neurodiversity offers mutually beneficial interactive experiences. My approach is to generate relevant, accessible, creative experiences which are ambitious and vibrant, improve the creative landscape for everyone. I enjoy supporting young people with complex needs to have high quality creative opportunities within a safe environment to develop new skills and express themselves, this also develops my practice in a number of positive ways.
I am purposefully DIY in my ethic and creative practice and this is important when working inclusively. I use a huge range of trained and self taught skills to combine a lot of elements to reinterpret, reprocess and recreate other worlds. These include sound making with music technology, textiles and costume making skills and body movement.