Past creative projects
Over the last ten years I have worked as a freelance writer and collaborator with organisations such as Arts Council England, Norwich Arts Centre, Creative Arts East, National Centre for Writing, Glasshouse Dance, NANSA, John Innes Centre, Translating Science, Young Norfolk Arts Festival, the Festival of Literature for Young People and many more across the region. Below are some examples of my recent creative projects. I specialise in audio drama and live performance, and my work often focuses on making difficult subjects such as health, grief and quantum mechanics accessible and enjoyable for audiences.
Badger Watching, spring 2022
New audio drama with actor Ed Yelland (Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho) and sound engineer Bill Vine. Two siblings go for lockdown walks in the East Anglian countryside. Supported by Arts Council England, Norwich Arts Centre, the National Centre for Writing and Creative Arts East. Available on Spotify, iTunes, Buzzsprout or wherever you get your podcasts. Broadcast in spring 2022 on BBC Radio Norfolk.
Podcast link: https://badgerwatching.buzzsprout.com/
Sick, national live tour 2017-2019
One-woman show about an NHS emergency department receptionist's experiences working in frontline services through four years of austerity. Toured the UK from 2017 to 2019.
Podcast link: https://tinyurl.com/23d5u7ek
Open Day: graphic novel collaboration with University of Nottingham School of Physics and Astronomy and artist Charli Vince, 2016 - 2018
Working with the University of Nottingham Physics department, social scientist Brigitte Nerlich and artist Charli Vince to create a graphic novel that explores cutting edge research in nanoscience. You can track the project's progress via Brigitte's blog:
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