My work has traversed live art, Installation and film, all influencing my current creative practice, exploring anthropogenic climate change; focussing on themes such as world water scarcity, seed sovereignty and decolonised food justice.

Recently I have used digital storytelling and live art to create immersive and democratic experiences for audiences. ‘What’s Eating Our Reality’ (2018) was commissioned by Lancaster Arts: an immersive dining experience augmenting the audiences’ view of shopping and eating by projecting stories of global food injustice onto their dinner plates. I received an Arts Council grant in 2016 for my research and development project, ‘Peas on Earth’. Manchester, UK