Exhibitions are one of my favourite ways to tell a story and engage people - great exhibitions have the power to inspire, educate and influence.


I take exhibition, pop-up, and event concepts through planning, feasibility, design, production and launch. 


Examples of my work are listed below:




Whatever It Takes!

Global arts project 



International celeb-led project included work across exhibitions, event planning and brand comms. Founder Charlotte di Vita OBE is one of Nelson Mandela's Goodwill Ambassadors. More:




Tom Stoddart: iWitness for Refugee Week



Plans for an exhibition of refugee portraits by Tom Stoddart at Temple Meads in Bristol developed in to this stunning installation of seventeen 4x4m2 banners all along platform 5! More:




Reflect for UNICEF European tour



Hundreds of the world's most well known names participated in this beautiful show, with their portrait photo and message of hope for the new millennium. More:



Crimes of Passion - Street Art in Bristol



In 2009 I invited 45 street artists to paint directly on to the hallowed walls of the Royal West of England Academy - I still get emails about this amazing project. More:




BBC Turn Back Time - UK-wide touring event



I put together a successful bid to the BBC on behalf of Innovision to produce a UK-wide touring Hands on History event about the history of our high streets. More:




Revealed! Royal Pump Rooms Museum



An exhibition of works of art not usually on display, due to their size, weight, fragility or general state of disrepair. Works included Damien Hirst's 'The Last Supper'. More:




Stephen Farthing RA at the RWA, Bristol



I loved working with Stephen Farthing RA  to curate this stunning exhibition. My interview with the artist for Art magazine was an important part of the project. More:




Philip Sutton RA,

Royal Academy 



This project forged new partnerships resulting in exhibitions at the Royal Academy, Royal Pump Rooms and National Assembly of Wales, and a beautiful book with RA Publications. More:




Martin Creed Works, Southampton



Martin Creed Works led to his Turner Prize nomination in 2001. Who knew that tying the ends of rubber balloons all day for a week eventually makes your fingers bleed..? More:




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