As part of the workshop in Luton Millenium park, we did an exercise to just write for 5 minutes. This was my first piece from doing that. When I walked in to Millenium Park, a young boy was […]
A sense of place is fundamental to a novel. From Wuthering Heights to Wind in the Willows, both plot and […]
At first glance, this Staffordshire figurine at the Guildhall Museum in Rochester simply portrays a flamboyantly dressed lady surrounded by a leopard and tiger. But read the inscription on the […]
Improvised movement with Sarah March and Fran Hajilou, all filmed in Luton (Luton Road, Luton Rec and The Millennium Gardens. The audio is a […]
Part of a poem about an imaginary woman called Mary, to the guitar music played by Dave Pickett and improvised movement by Fran Hajilou.
A sequence of short roughly recorded interviews. It starts with me walking on the pontoon, then talking to friends and neighbours about life in […]
Over a hundred years ago, a young lady asked her friends to help her turn 271 strips of calico into a wedding gift for her future husband. This […]
A poem arising from a Wandering Words commission to make some writing in response to the Lordswood area of Medway.