From 2004-2008 I was the ‘Creative Director’ at ‘Sanctuary Arts’; a collective of around thirty artists based at ‘Sanctuary Studios’. Since then I have worked with Local Authorities on, Council led, creative outreach projects.
In recent years I have also been involved with the management of live music venues around South East London, including; ‘The Ivy House’, ‘The New Cross Inn’, and The Joiners Arms’.
Arts in the Parks 3 September-29 October 2010
An exhibition showing the results of work by the young people of Greenwich. The exhibition is in two locations; Greenwich Market and The Citizens Gallery, Woolwich, London.
Eleven -6 June 2010
Group of 11 photographers putting on a one day show in Utrophia. Deptford
Back and Beyond – 19-28 June 2009
Music and Arts festival held at The Marlborough Pub in Camberwell featuring an internal exhibition, art market, sculpture garden, live mural painting and interactive art projects along with live music and performances.
Through The Pane – October 2008
Part of the Concrete and Glass festival. Through The Pane displayed the work of 25 artists in the window displays of shops around Shoreditch.
Pokerface – October 2008
Part of the Concrete and Glass festival. Festival goers were invited into a shop on Brick Lane to gamble on the outcome of splitting a deck of cards and photograph the results Pokerface images
Sanctuary Arts at Greenwich Market – Summer 2007
Regular market stall, displaying works of artists associated with Sanctuary Arts
Sanctuary Arts Summer Exhibition June 07
Exhibition held onsite above the Greenwich Market, featuring 20 artists from Sanctuary and another 20 stalls outside.
Sanctuary Arts Sanctuary House Dec 06– Jan 07
Exhibition held throughout the foyer and restaurant of Sanctuary House, head office of Sanctuary Records Group featuring 30 artist, including finalists of the open A0 print competition.
Sanctuary Arts Launch Party 29 Nov 06
To celebrate the opening of Sanctuary Arts, Sanctuary House played host to 300 guests with live music, DJ’s and an open A0 print competition with £500 for first prize.