Through the past 9 years my work has had multiple strands: Live art, installation, puppetry, sound, poetry and facilitation. Despite their differences, I see them all as part of an integrated use of art to raise important questions, soothe our wounds, exercise our potentials, raise our consciousness and generate dialogue. An attempt to make work that is both politically engaged and ethereal.


Since 2015 I have been working under the alter ego Local Foreigner, whose work is primarily manifested through Live art, clothing, sound and DJ.This living project has become the core of my life and central to all that I do. See here

I have presented work here and there at different events and countries.

Between 2016-2019 I was the performing arts tutor at Crisis Skylight centre in London, working the individuals from various backgrounds with experiences of homelessness.

Alongside this work I occasionally run workshops in schools, community centres and charities.


I'm also the founder/director of Folkestone Puppet Festival.