...and many thanks a lot for visiting this site. The pages that follow outline my research and share documentation of my practice. Responses and feedback are always welcome. Get in touch with me at email@example.com.
New article published in JAR:
The latest reflections on the process of the Salford Samples research project have now been published in the brilliant Journal of Artistic Research. Read, hear and see more at: http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.285510
Thoughts on Performance and the Digital:
The intersection of performance and the digital is explored through the prism of virtuality in this brand new chapter. Very pleased and proud to be part of this exciting volume, edited by Experience Bryon:
Responding to 'Generation Anthropocene':
So pleased to be part of this multi-disciplinary response to Robert Macfarlane's article, 'Generation Anthropocene' - now available for perusal in the Open Library of Humanities at: https://olh.openlibhums.org/articles/10.16995/olh.153/
New monograph now available
My first monograph, Intermedial Praxis and PaR, which shares writing and documentation from my practice-as-research project in live intermediality was published as part of the Palgrave Pivot series in November 2016:
I am a live media practitioner-researcher and teacher, based in Salford, Greater Manchester. I completed my practice based PhD at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 'live intermediality' and I am now working as a lecturer in performance at the University of Salford.
After initially studying Theatre and English at the University of Glasgow, I trained as a teacher and worked as an international educator, teaching Drama and Theatre in a variety of contexts from Portugal to Singapore and many places in between.
On returning to the UK in 2010 I completed an MA (Distinction) in Performance Practices and Research at Central. My work on the course was the starting point for developing a live intermedial performance practice, which formed the basis for my PhD thesis and is the subject and vehicle of the research which I continue to pursue.