My practice varies between live performance, audio performances and group collaborations. From the audio piece Imaginative Exercise In Situ (Madrid, 2010) set in a bar that mixed autobiographical snippets about relationships from the artists past whilst experimenting with present moment interactions to Untitled commissioned for Performance Studies International (London, 2006) a durational live piece based on the International Declaration of Human Rights. It is driven by a curiosity about how an audience accesses and engages with a performance; experimenting with structures of how they can be part of it, how their presence and energy alter what occurs in the ‘now’ moment.
I have shown my work in the UK, Germany and Spain in festivals and conferences including Performance Studies International, The Reina Sofia Museum (Madrid, Spain), La Casa Encendida (Madrid, Spain), Arena Festival (Nuremberg, Germany), The Arts Depot (London, UK) and Whitechapel Art Gallery (London, UK).
I am currently undertaking a practice-based PhD with the working title of 'On Being Audience'. It investigates theatrical speech, listening and the voice as modes of participation within performance. It is being undertaken at Aberystwyth University with a full three year scholarship under the supervision of Dr Adrian Kear and Dr Stephen Greer.