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An inter-disciplinary artist, educator and writer with 20 years experience, I specialise in outdoor arts, play and learning. I work as a researcher and lecturer (Plymouth Uni), outdoor performance maker, Forest School practitioner, consultant and writer. From 2009-2013 I have … Continue reading

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Year of the Bat

Why is 2012 significant? It’s UN Year of the Bat of course! Kathy Hinde, groundbreaking audio-visual artist, has invited me to vocally prototype her human sonar device in R&D this autumn. Along with Bristol Feral Choir, we shall be investigating … Continue reading

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Summer 2011 News

Bristol Feral Choir: Ongoing vocal improv play sessions – drop in and jam Feral Reflections The blurry pic is a tiny nematode climbing up a tree. As part of Going Feral, we’ve been attempting to talk to the animals, converse … Continue reading

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