Recently I have been thinking more and more about the influence the Internet has on my life. It seems that day after day, my life is becoming even more reliant on - and intertwined with – the world wide web and the myriad of social media sites, news outlets and online libraries that I spend [...]
A review of The Science Museum photography exhibition 'Only in England' showcasing the work of Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr.
A few years ago I attended a creative writing masterclass led by Iain Sinclair who is a writer and filmmaker inspired by psychogeology, 1960's London and the Beat Generation Poets. I wrote an unedited response to the masterclass in the style of open field poetics.
One day in 2013. Today was a Monday. Quite the none starter. Being quite a fresh MFA graduate, I still feel like an enclosed caterpillar of education waiting for the right time to burst free from my chrysalis into a beautiful life as a flourishing butterfly, where all hopes and dreams come true. (Yeah,right!) Meanwhile [...]
Spot the Difference, was the first iteration of the piece A Room for All our Tomorrows by London-based performance duo Igor x Moreno in collaboration with Aoife McAtamney. The work deals with themes of identity, belonging and uniqueness. In Spot the Difference Moreno and Aoife - with Igor creating with them from the outside - [...]
I have worked with Simon Ellis on various dance and film projects and he invited me to record Pause.Listen a work he choreographed for dancer Chisato Ohno with lighting designer Jackie Schemesh. I photographed and documented the work performed at The Place using three camera's set at different heights. The performance shifts and adapts to [...]
In 2013, I performed as part of Nylon Theatre in their site specific work Public Displays of Affection at London Bridge Live Arts Festival. The work - a promenade piece - weaved playful improvisation and audience interactivity with choreographic games and rhythmic gestures. REVIEW: NYLON THEATRE - PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF AFFECTION - KING’S COLLEGE MEMORIAL [...]
They said I should sell myself,But I didn't know how.Writing reams, connecting seams of a future undone.By societies ideologies and an unknown desire to be successful.To make money, to be good.Like I know I should be, but it's hard to see why a girl like me,should rise to the top; be the best?I've seen doting [...]