I am an artist whose practice revolves around the dynamic interactions between humans and the non-human world. With deep attentiveness to subtle narratives of people and land, I fabulate social practices that invite us to renew our connection to, as well as re-imagine our role as custodians of the places we dwell in.
I work primarily with stories and textiles, making sacred artefacts that act as mediators and agents, inviting people to engage in somatically guided, land based creative practices to help us think like nature does, as intra-connected systems.
I am connected to, and committed to the landscapes, people, stories and traditions of the Strait of Gibraltar, various places in Europe, river estuaries, wetlands and water systems, movement of plate tectonics and volcanoes.
My work is rooted in the following values:
communitas and interconnection, emergence and tradition, curiosity and deep listening, movement and flow, imagination and transformation, slow culture and learning through making.
Faculty member at the School of Storytelling at Emerson College in the South East of England, where traditional folk tales, wonder tales and myths meet autobiographical material and new narratives are created.
Co- founder of the creative placemaking art and research residencies BeeTime in the South of Spain.
in the world's imagination