I am a community artist using doodles, printmaking and storytelling with an interest in peoples voices and their experiences of local places.  I can help make ‘community artworks’ facilitating groups to explore and express lived experiences of important spaces. I also do ‘group doodles’ and ‘visual minutes’, for meetings and events, by drawing on big bits of paper what people are saying, and also encouraging them to draw too, so as to capture the mood and themes arising. Image of a window sill, with from left to right, a handprinted booklet that reads ‘I thought you were going to look over that job’ and a print of a goose, a pile of feathers, coins, burnt wood, some hay, several horseshoes, a piece of cloth ripped from an apron and a bottle with a note in it.

Image of the Hull Minster timeline.

Banner image of piece of wall art with doodles and words. Text reads - '...Looking within, to look out for folk, from a hidden corner. It's been stressful, the extra pressure, But we love to help together. We are hope and haematology, Immunology and insight, The Point of care testing, Cleaners,micro biology, cups of tea. Blood science, transfusion, workmate inclusion. An empathetic secretarial chemistry, Cytology and vision, Andrology for the people, Our histology in the making. Powered by humans, Double loved and cuffed. A union of heroes...'.