I’m an independent researcher, project manager and writer with 25 years’ experience working with people and organisations on environmental and climate change issues.
Working freelance since completing an MA Climate Change at Exeter University in 2011, my focus is on researching, supporting and delivering cultural and creative responses to environmental and climate change.
I’ve worked with the National Trust, universities and climate change partnerships and a writer-in-residence; and, from 2014-16, with the charity TippingPoint to bring together artists and researchers at creative summits, triggering new connections, commissions and collaborations. Building on this, I have developed ClimateCultures.net as an experimental online forum, to nurture ‘creative conversations for the Anthropocene’ between artists, researchers and curators.
Art.Earth’s 2016 Feeding the Insatiable summit was another important stage in my own development as both researcher and writer and I’m excited to join Art.Earth and CCANW and support this work through ClimateCultures.net
NB: ClimateCultures.net launches later in March 2017