I am now considering new elements and development of the project.

For details about one of my new projects:

The walks will also continue to develop around Walking with The Waste Land and will include guest walkers to take a lead in the walks.

In addition, I will be engaging with new poetry and locations.The practice of using ropes to document the process will be informed by my reading, research and drawings as illustrated on this page.

I am looking forward to collaborating with artists and volunteers both in Margate and London. Please get in touch if you are interested in this project.

Please click on each photo for more information about how they relate to elements of the project.


For news about our latest walk using walking as a research process.Please follow the link.

These walks have been developing since November 2015 as a part of the research group, A Journey with The Waste Land. We are working towards an exhibition at the Turner Contemporary in 2018 and have been using walking as a tool to research the poem and it’s connections with Margate and wider connections both personal and literary.

We are now entering a new phase, collaborating with participants at The Mead Gallery at Warwick University.

This is a brief introduction to our first collaborative walk together when the Coventry participants visited Margate last wednesday.

Please get in touch if you are interested in finding out more about the project or wish to join future walks.


Please click on the link to find out about previous walks:
A Walk for Armistice Day