I deliver a range of youth arts/heritage programmes for young people aged 15-25 in galleries, schools and the community. I currently manage programmes at Tate and The Photographers’ Gallery and have previously worked at Camden Arts Centre and The National Gallery.
My first degree is in social anthropology, with later studies in photography at LCC and photojournalism at the Danish School of Media & Journalism. With extensive frontline experience working in the social sector, I am drawn to visual narratives connected to personal identity, community and social justice. This provides me with a powerful way to cultivate ideas and encourage new debates.
Conscientious, articulate and with a real desire to facilitate change and understanding, I currently split my time between managing innovative youth-arts programmes and being an art psychotherapist.