I founded Arts Collective Ltd in 2009, to produce projects which pulled together cross-platform creativity, involving digital artists and arts organisations. Probably the biggest 2012, Arts Collective worked with Southwark Playhouse, London to produce Howl’s Moving Castle (2012)- a multimedia theatre production which played to sell out audiences, narrated by Stephen Fry with music by Fyfe Dangerfield.

Through Arts Collective, I worked on, consulted for, or produced projects for Battersea Arts Centre, National Theatre's NT Live, Yorkshire Dance, TheatreStudy, Curious Directive, NESTA, Kill the Beast at The Lowry, A Not so Silent Night at the Albert Hall, Shakespeare's Globe, York Theatre Royal, Northern Stage and the British Council. I also spoke at a number of conferences and events about producing digital arts projects.

In 2012, I became Digital Associate at National Theatre Wales, a full time post which saw me reduce the work I was doing under the Arts Collective banner.


If you'd like to see my current portfolio of work, please click here.