In 2014, I ran a 15 week project in dance. In collaboration with the participants I introduced the group to site specific work in different environments and the use of dance for camera. We created a dance for camera piece and a live performance based around bird flight and the environment of The Abby Garden ruins in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
In 2012 I was an invited artist in an explorative project working with my process as an artist to generate accessible creative thinking and starting points for everyone. Delving into my artistic practise to discover creative ways in, we then applied this to running workshops. My workshops were about home environments such as bedroom, kitchen and gardens to explore what home and belonging means. The creative process's we explored with a group of adults with learning disabilities, were dancing and creating gestural movements based on the functions carried out in each space. We danced and moved with the furniture, favourite objects, and played hide and seek in the garden.
In 2011 I ran a Dance and theatre module for Suffolk Artlink for adults with disabilities. This led to a performance with invited audience at the Seagull Theatre. The module also included script writing and set design led by guest artists.