You can look at my
35mm photos here
digital photo diary here
and watch videos I've made on
Other things I have a hand in:
is a cross-artform venue and producer. I currently work with them as Online Publishing Assistant by day, and Cinema Usher by night. I previously worked as
Coordinator for a year on the
DCMS Jerwood Creative Bursaries scheme
Often and Mistakes
showcases new, original art, photography and writing through print publications and videos. It is
is a girl gang, a support network and a commissioner. Judy Works supports the artistic work of non-male identified people. It is run by Rosa Martyn, Camille Rearden and me.
The Middle Ones
are a lo-fi folk pop band. I sing, play accordion, percussion, and generally mess around.
are an electro-pop band. I am the shy, retiring and sassy-as-hell singer.
is a unique, interactive story-telling project devised and performed by
. I was lucky enough to produce it in both
is a vegan co-operative cafe on Stokes Croft, Bristol. I have been involved in putting on events at Cafe Kino since moving here. I recently officially joined the co-op and the events team.
used to happen in Norwich. I started it, lots of brilliant people helped me out and played at the live events. Semi-extinct.
My other bands that don't perform so regularly are
, Your Mouth and Uncanny Valley. I sometimes play with
Had a bit of a moment to this at the indietracks disco on Saturday. Right on queue,
”you won’t be happy with me, but give me one more chance… I made eye contact with someone through a gap across the dancefloor as I went ‘oh fuck!’ and clutched stupidly at my broken heart, and we both laughed. Then I did it all again straight away because …you won’t be happy anyway”
3:34 pm • 29 July 2014 • 4 notes
Louise Lawler’s “Birdcalls” (1972), an often forgotten soundwork that underscores problems of gender and privilege in the art economy.
The work is several minutes long and consists of Lawler mocking the privilege of male artists - including many of her contemporaries, such as Vito Acconci, Dan Graham, Ed Ruscha, and Lawrence Weiner - by transforming their names into birdcalls. The character of each birdcall is unique, often playing upon the syllabic and phonetic qualities of the given name; many are grating, some subdued.
2:40 pm • 28 July 2014 • 1 note
I’ve spent the last few weeks working with a young LGBT group who wanted to create some video content; could not be prouder of them for this.
10:39 pm • 23 July 2014 • 22 notes
I like your tattoo, a coat hanger, how unusual!
What's it about?
We'll its a reminder to fight for women's rights
Because you know, without safe access to abortions we'll be forced to go back to coathangers
Kinda, I guess, yeah
2:56 pm • 22 July 2014 • 13 notes
it either takes me .5 seconds to respond to ur text message or 5 days there is no in between and for that i apologize to all that know me
6:37 pm • 15 July 2014 • 263 notes
I haven’t been making much drawings recently but Pete the amazing artist of brilliance has
Pete man, this rules
6:17 pm • 14 July 2014 • 3 notes
It’s cruel to put men in the friendzone, but thankfully there is one easy way to avoid doing it:
Never be friends with a man.
Amen to that
10:15 pm • 10 July 2014 • 455 notes
Karen Dalton Something On Your Mind
This song helps
11:19 pm • 8 July 2014 • 3 notes
think I’m trying to go at twitter dot com too hard & too fast now I’m back
1:29 am • 8 July 2014 • 4 notes
sugar town = anywhere that facebook isn’t
"I never had a friend or wanted one"
12:26 am • 8 July 2014
I just want to do nothing all of the time but when I do nothing my mind races and goes to places I don’t like, and so I over-fill my day doing stuff in order to be occupied which makes my mind exhausted which means I can’t switch off when I want to and there is not enough therapy in the word for this.
11:10 pm • 1 July 2014 • 7 notes
Grace (of Judy Works) has this tattoo, look how beautiful it is
and it was drawn by Jes from super cool art-poster-makers
and best band ever
6:19 pm • 1 July 2014 • 11 notes