The Concrete Boat

A Story inspired by a sleepless night. And an accidental sculpture. Written at Kunstort Eleven Artspace, 2018. A performance; the boat departed into the Neckar river, on the 24th June. The Concrete Boat There was once a boy who lived in concrete tower, on an island of concrete, in the middle of the ocean. The... Continue Reading →


Third Space

Third Space is the result from the collaborative work of eleven artists working, learning, playing and creating together in the MA Performance Design programme at the University of Leeds. Third Space is our final piece in which the traditional theatre forms reshape into a contemporary approach, and invites the audience to experience a blend of... Continue Reading →

Equation of Intention – the third iteration

The third and final iteration of the equation. Open source arts in Leeds provided me with a lovely space to experiment. The change of light and scene created a completely new experience. This time play took the centre stage. Much more free than the previous two interactions, this time my participants were so varied. Having... Continue Reading →

Equation of Intention – the third iteration

This is an attempt to understand the more than human, the inter-human, the non-human and the extra-human by means of interaction. Vessels of communication employed to create dialogue where there may be none. These vessels take the form of objects; repurposed, hard, unfinished. The human chord is the missing part, the energy that sparks movement.... Continue Reading →

Equation of Intention – the second iteration

A little behind schedule. 10/4/18 experiment in the Alec Clegg studio, Stage@Leeds. Objects, interactions, facilitating. To reflect, the light was a step too far. The drama and narrative created was not the direction in which I wanted to go. Two more iterations will occur. Each will be a degree different. For now, the images can... Continue Reading →


Making things is always an important step to my practice. I am trying hard to incorporate a sense of play and investigation into my pieces. This was the first test of a prototype 'plug and play' style work. Intentionally working with an aesthetic that is reminiscent of mechanical parts/processes, the initial feeling of the items... Continue Reading →

Louis Le Prince – design

Who knew that the design process was such a mind bending exercise? 12 brains all sat in a room trying to figure out direction and an achievable goal given the time-frame and budget. The story of Louis Le Prince is an intriguing one; a French artist and inventor who arguably shot the first moving image... Continue Reading →


I spent 10 days in Marrakech. A lot of people were confused by this. They kept wondering why I didn't go and travel and explore more of Morocco. Simply put, I really enjoy learning what a place is like, and not just seeing a snapshot. That being said; I think 10 days in this city... Continue Reading →

The last formal, led practical session as part of our praxis module. This time it was the turn of myself, Ekaterina and Jonny. Giving the group tasks and limited, but unusual props, we aimed to observe and witness their answers to our questions. As with all of the other sessions, play took over. There were... Continue Reading →

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