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I Move The Air


A prerecorded audio guide, including
original compositions, will guide participants through a choreographed, interactive and collective experience creating a site-specific performance to be witnessed live and online.
‘Performed’ on the seafront of Redcar and mirroring the striking landscape of the off-shore wind turbines, this audio led experience will explore our own sensory experiences of, and our relationship to, the air we breath, our responsibility to keep it clean and the wider impact we have on the environment.

The Many Holding

Working as part of the Bittersuite team on an intergenerational project in association with Museum Of London and Nottinghill Genesis MildMay Residential Care Home as part of The London Calling Exhibition. 


Musician and Workshop Leader

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Spinning Wheel

Resident Musician

Spinning Wheel is a multi-sensory project for adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities. We explore drama, movement, sound, music, and use all of our senses to develop our own stories.

We run weekly term-time workshops on Mondays at Chats Palace in Hackney, as well as going directly into care homes to deliver workshops to residents.

Using our unique methodology in music and movement, we focus on enjoyment, engagement and each individual’s creativity.


Integenrational Project Leader


New Shoots with Established Roots

Launched on 30 April, more than 60 five year old children from Midfield Primary School, Orpington have been spending every Tuesday and Thursday with 15 older people from Elmstead Care Home - Bupa and 10 adults with learning disabilities. Together they have been taking part in horticultural and creative activities designed to boost wellbeing. They’ve got their hands dirty getting stuck into a range of messy activities including painting plant pots and sowing seeds. The activities, designed by expert wellbeing practitioners are based on the five ways to wellbeing:
 To connect
To learn new skills
To take notice
To be active
To give


Play for Progress

Resident Musician

We develop strong relationships with traumatised and socially-isolated unaccompanied minor asylum-seekers and refugees by delivering weekly therapeutic and educational music and arts programmes.

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