Working collaboratively and globally, the projects become inclusive instruments of profound change and connection.
Her artistic process is different for every project, but like all things begins with a small seed of an idea. She then invites participants to explore and discuss this idea through a series of fun and curious workshops, using various methods or structures that fit the situation. After a short period of reflection, she then collaborates and devises with other artists to create multidisciplinary interactive theatre shows in site relevant and unusual locations.
In previous projects she has worked with a group of women to write and perform a new version of The Vagina Monologues. Has presented creative findings of life as an asylum seeker with a men’s group and collaborated with mothers to show the reality of parenting in current day.
She was a receiptant of an Arts Participation bursary where she collaborated with a textile artist to create a site-specific minimal waste show about societies relationship with fast fashion.
Her process and work extends beyond the traditional format and is a place that is open to transformation and change for participants and audience members.