I'm a writer, researcher, teacher and visual artist. I've worked in the spheres of human rights, public health, education and community. My storytelling is informed by my bi-cultural family and by the humans, cultures, creatures and landscapes of the places where I have lived: including UK, France, rural Tanzania, Sierra Leone, the United States and Senegal. I continue to learn the art of listening and seeing.
Creatively returning to hybrid essays and multimedia artwork. I'm interested in portraiture of all the kinds.
Yes to the slog and joys of creative process, thoughtful collaborations, liberation for all people, asking the hard questions, making mistakes, beginning again, taking risks, and building community. Yes to the multiplicity of human stories, infinite narratives of creatures and the natural world.