A sculpture in transition


Place by Magdalena Jetelova, at Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail

For the past year I have been working with the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail to plan a series of new artworks for the site. As the production of new works begins, I've also been working on controver [...]

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Surfing the sky, freefalling into the digital world


The bright and futuristic 1951 Festival of Britain site arises from ashes of WW2

In 2011, I was faced with the challenge of how to resurrect a lost London landmark three weeks before an international press launch: the majestic Skylon. The Skylon rose out of capital's war ravage [...]

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Sustainable spaceships, to Bloomsbury and beyond



Small Global: Extreme Energy by artists D-Fuse was one of my favourite memories from Bloomsbury Festival 2013, a Festival I directed. [caption id="attachment_1029" align="alignnone" width="300"] D [...]

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Whatever happened to the Giant Fox? Saving art from landfill


Fox in snow

Its perhaps a dirty secret in the arts world that it is an creative industry that often 'creates' waste once the show is over. A few years ago I faced a race against time to save a giant fox from lan [...]

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A Festival of the Lonely

After ten months of hard work, fundraising and planning, the festival I've been directing, The Bloomsbury Festival starts today and runs until the 20th of October. It's been plugged in The Londonist a [...]

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Welcome to the new look

There'll be lots of news and updates on upcoming projects, new roles and more. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you'd like to know more.

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