You can look at my
35mm photos here
digital photo diary here
and read my upbeat missives 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
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
My Robot Heart
is a show by Molly Naylor and The Middle Ones about love and fear. It fuses story-telling, live music, comedy and biography.
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
I love Francis Bebey! I love Raggs!!
This is my fav song by Francis Bebey. This is my fav song by Raggs.
12:26 am • 25 April 2014 • 3 notes
THE CHAPESS ZINE! this is a bad ass sticker with a quote from a poem of mine.
printing a bunch of these stickers along with the new issue of the Chapess zine - more info coming soon!
9:02 pm • 21 April 2014 • 88 notes
Sister Corita Kent.
Sister Corita Kent (1918-1986) was an artist, teacher, philosopher, political activist and possibly one of the most innovative and unusual pop artists of the 1960s. She was a nun in the Catholic Church until 1968 when Sister Corita sought dispensation from her vows. For over 30 years, in the heart of Los Angeles, Corita produced a variety of serigraph or screen-printed images… As a pop artist, Corita primarily focused on text and vibrant color, manipulated type and images appropriated from the newly burgeoning consumer culture of her era.After leaving the church in the late 1960s, Corita’s works took a grand stylistic turn. She all but abandoned the neon-soaked Psychedelia of her previous works, and opted instead for a more subtle, nuanced approach to art making.
8:14 pm • 21 April 2014 • 10 notes
Rule 1: Find a place you trust and then try trusting it for a while
8:10 pm • 21 April 2014 • 8 notes
The first video from our split ep with
Go-Qualia. Camera by Ben Owen, edit by me.
The ep is launched on
Wild Combination Recordings in Nottingham tomorrow at JT Soar, you can order it here, and hurry as it’s limited to 100 copies.
5:48 pm • 17 April 2014 • 4 notes
On Monday we played with The Space Lady. For The Joy Collective. With Headfall. Pretty much can die happy now.
2:42 pm • 17 April 2014 • 2 notes
Silly Boys so they can make a bloody great show about some punks from Penzance, set in the real life 80s. Kickstarter here.
12:31 pm • 1 March 2014 • 3 notes
Last year we were approached about bringing out a split EP with
Go-qualia - it’s one of a series of split releases from Wild Combination Recordings that pairs up UK and Japanese acts. Such a good idea. The last one (which has now completely sold out) was a split between Haiku Salut and Hopeless Local Marching Band. Come and see us launch the thing in Nottingham on Sat 18 April.
Pre-order the EP here ««
5:54 pm • 24 February 2014 • 4 notes