Titbit is a monthly event which is about people coming together to learn from each other and explore different venues in the city.
A creative project exploring past, present and potential futures of Bretton’s GHOST PLAYGROUNDS.
Wander With is a model for a group walk run with place-based communities. It aims to get people together to share what they know, they find beautiful, and what they’d like to change about their local area.
A project that went on a discovery journey with local people in Bretton – a periphery neighbourhood of Peterborough built in 1970’s – to unearth points of interest in the local area and develop interventions in response to what was learnt together.
Co-imagine: an exhibition and associated outreach programme curated in response to a proposed redevelopment of Peckham Rye Station Gateway, aiming to raise greater awareness of plans.
A series of creative workshops designed for children and young people on the Pelican estate, curated with Samantha Penn, in collaboration with the Pelican Plus Tenants and Residents Association.
A 3 day learning trip designed for Architects, City planners and Sociologists coming from Warsaw to London, wanting to build upon their approaches to participatory planning and working with communities.
A concept for a living (digital) community asset map that would show to the user key social hubs in a community: spaces for exchange and all the associated groups (formal and informal) that meet there. The audience, say a newcomer to the place or an isolated resident, to find people to connect with or spaces to build connections in.
Ongoing research project into Participatory Budgeting as a means to empower communities to have a tangible say in how their places develop
Ongoing research project into models of collaborative governance models, with an interest in how communities/local-stakeholders can steer and manage how their city grows and develops.
Crap ads for Urban Redevelopments: blog I founded composed of photographs I took whilst cycling around London showing aspirational, crass property development advertisements in London…that only continued to get worse.