Image 'Walking As Method/ Walking As Practice'.
Current: Associate lecturer Chelsea College of Art, Ba Fine Art.
Statement:I have taught regularly on Ba and Ma courses for the last 15 years and see my teaching practice developing in tandem with my own work of which there is much cross over in style and content; setting up projects which become a catalyst or frame for students to develop within.
In the last year I have run workshops at The Slade, delivered electives on Theory & Context at Chelsea College of Art (since 2009), delivered a spatial practice strand on the M.Arch at AUB.(Since 2014)
Recent Symposiums & Conferences:
>Rethinking Practice, Visual Arts South West December 2015
>Urban Methodologies UCL, May 2014
>Listening to Noise and Silence: Salome Voegelin. Lecture series in conjunction with book launch. LCC July 2010
>Keynote speaker, 'Sound Lab' PVA March 2010
> Presented 'Nutopia' at the Engage Conference 2009
>‘Society for European Philosophy conference’ Presenting and showing ‘The Museum of the Moment’.
> Sound Diaries, Oxford, June 4th
>Walking Workshop, Cardiff University, School of Social Sciences.
>"Society for European Philosophy conference", 27-29 August 2009, where I will pesent "The Arcades Project: A 3D Documentary"
"Nutopia" is a symposium that I organised in April 2009 around town planning and architecture with a line up of international academics and artists presenting work. I am currently developing a book based on the symposium with Malcolm Miles at the university of Plymouth.
Cityscapers / Porosity Studio: Cardiff Chimera 2020 ~ presented a range of projects/ participated in discussion.
BosArts, Cornwall. Spoke about my work as part of an 'AN publication seminar series'
Futuresonic, Manchester, 2008 I was invited to present the STAR Radio project.
Partnerships: My work lends itself to working in academic partnerships and I have collaborated in the past with people from the School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University (Dr. Tom Hall and Dr. Brett Lashua) and also invited people to work with me on projects, John Punter, Adam Sharr and Elaine Davy all helped with the making of 'The Museum of the Moment.'