In my mid-twenties I cycled from London to Lahore, here resting in the Khyber Pass.


70s: Cycled to Pakistan, where I taught at the National College of Arts, Lahore. On return to the UK I lectured on South Asian Art.

80s: Working in mental health, running printmaking, photography and video workshops. Continued to make and show work.

90s: College teaching and social arts projects. I became interested in pattern-making, using print and digital processes. I did a part-time Printmaking PG Diploma at Central St.Martin's College.  

2000s: Project managing school and community arts festivals at London Print Studio. College teaching and social arts projects continue. After becoming a judge for the Koestler Prison Arts award scheme I started doing art projects in prisons. I received an Arts Council Award to research and write about prison art in the UK.  The Wallpaper history Society awarded me their first research bursary to write Artists Making Wallpaper.

For further information about workshops, social arts projects and teaching you can download my Work CV, and to download information about recent exhibitions, curated exhibitions, publications and press, please click here.