“When the lights go out And the darkness surrounds you Open your eyes

to the Wonderment"

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I work across media and incorporate both still and moving images in my films. I work in differing genres including poetry based fotofilms, art documentaries and immersive installations. Much of my work concerns the relationships between ourselves and locattion.


Implicit rather than explicit, it centres around our relationship with our environment (s) and how we interact with it. For example the light drawings, harness wind and sea power alluding to alternative energy sources. We leave our mark on the environment by the way we manage our resources.  In 'Angel in the Trees' and early journeys in interactive digital mapping, it highlights not only our physical travels but also our inner journeys.  


My first artDoc was in 1987/8 on the environmental artist John Herbert for his Craft Council funded touring exhibition 'Silent Trails' followed by 'Image, Music. Text' on the artist David Dodsworth for his New York exhibition. My most recent is a film on the sculptor Laurence Edwards on his creation  MAN OF STONES for the Sainsbury Centre at UEA Norwich. 


Ongoing exploration of how we as humans interact with each other and our relationship to touristic places. Micro dramas for the digital age, these LITTLE INCIDENTS OF TIME are presented as video postcards on small HD tablets.


Large scale sound and vision projections for an immersive experience. Working hand in hand with my own created sound pieces to explore a shared environment of large screen projections. I was commissioned by PhotoEast in 2018 to produce an audio visual set as a backdrop for a performance by Casson and Friends at Dance East. The inspiration for the choreography was from conversations from the people of Ipswich in Suffolk to create a Carte Postale 


IMAGINE was created on my residence at Timberyard in Great Glenham Suffolk for Touchstones Earth as part of their Continuum Project. Shooting at night with invisible light photography in November 2021 I reserached and documented the prenumbral appearances in the landscape.


FLOAT created during lockdown 1 and shown to an invited audience over several days at the New Cut Arts Centre  in Halesworth, Suffolk. Visitors had to pre book and only a maximum of 20 people over a two hour period were allowed in. Along side the main projection there were 25 HD tablets each showing a day's filming. FLOAT is currently enjoying great success on the film festival circuits. I am hoping to bring it to London when the current pandemic is over


The stills from this work have been made into several films working with the American playwright, poet, essayist, and librettist, and the poet Tamar Yoseloff.












Working with specially constructed drawing tools in the dark of night I engage with natural elements including the sea and the wind to map out spaces and environments, tapping into the natural energies to trace and draw, and document unique, live, site specific performances. The reality of the captured image is fundamental to all my work, particularly with long exposure photography.

This concept of time is crucial to my ideas, exchanging the classic definition of photography as a series of instant glimpses of the world in which we live, to a personal definition of ‘space-time’. 

All my fotofilms are created on chosen locations. I create a field of vision for the light drawings to take place; the outcome is unknown. The photograph is the evidence of an 'event' that has taken place, a 'performance' that even I myself cannot see in its entirety. During creation, only the process is evident. It’s through the inherent values in photography as a documentary process that I  realise the idea.

The stills from this work have been made into several films working with the American playwright, poet, essayist, and librettist, and the poet Tamar Yoseloff.



is a playwright, poet, essayist, and librettist. His play, The House in Scarsdale: A Memoir for the Stage, winner of the 2018 PEN America Award in Drama, received a critically acclaimed world premiere at The Theatre @ Boston Court in Los Angeles, directed by Michael Michetti, and was nominated for six Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle prizes including Best Play. O'Brien's The Body of an American received an off-Broadway premiere at Primary Stages in 2016, in a co-production with Hartford Stage, directed by Jo Bonney, and was a New York Times Critic's Pick. The Body of an American is the winner of the Horton Foote Prize for Outstanding New American Play, the inaugural Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama, the PEN Center USA Award for Drama, the L. Arnold Weissberger Award, and was shortlisted for the Evening Standard's Charles Wintour Award for Most Promising Playwright.


was born in the US and attended Sarah Lawrence College, where she studied with Thomas Lux and Grace Paley, among others. She moved to the UK in 1987, and since then has been active on the London poetry scene, running the Terrible Beauty reading series at the Troubadour Coffee House, acting as Reviews Editor for Poetry London, and working as Programme Coordinator for the Poetry School, where she is currently a core tutor and a lecturer on the Poetry School / Newcastle University MA in Writing Poetry.