This is a public art project I'm creating with Tandem Collective for Oxford's Christmas Light Festival, in partnership with Oxford Playhouse and Arts at the Old Fire Station. The project poses the question, "What would you put in your street, in the space currently taken up by parked cars?" ​ To take part, send a sketch of your ideas to community@oxfordplayhouse.com by 30 October. Share your ideas on social media using #oxLightFest20 or see the Light Festival website for a downloadable template image.

Absent Friends public sculptures have started appearing in Oxford spaces as lockdown eases, and were featured in the Oxford Mail.

Absent Friends is a public installation project, bringing life-size papier mache people into public spaces in Oxford as the Coronavirus lockdown eases. The figures will be modelled on local people who cannot be there in person due to self-isolating, childcare, or other health reasons. They will act as placeholders in cafes and other public places, occupying the seats which must be left empty to ensure social distancing.

CowleyRoad.org is a DIY community history project. We are building an open access archive of Oxford's favourite street, and we need you to help..


Donate an artwork in solidarity with refugees stuck in Calais.Deadline 15th November 2016.

Applications are open to participate in a very special exhibition and pop-up market, with all proceeds going to charity supporting refugees in Calais. Works are accepted in any media. Large framed 2D work, and small objects/zines are particularly welcomed.