Storytelling Biography

Talking and Tumbling Towers, performance at Studio 180, 2013

Talking and Tumbling Towers, performance at Studio 180

“The work of the storyteller is to make the invisible visible.”

(School of Storytelling Idiom: credit to Roi Gal’OrAshley Ramsden and Sue Hollingsworth)

Education

2014: The Wandering Court: The School of Myth One Year Programme, Westcountry school of myth and Story, Dartmoor, Devon, UK

2013: The Art of Storytelling, International School of Storytelling, Sussex, UK.

2008 – 09: The Craft of Storytelling, International School of Storytelling, Sussex, UK.

Performances

2014, “Red Hair and Soil Work: an Ancestral Tale,”Westcountry School of Myth, Dartmoor
2014, “Raven becomes Voracious: Tales of Insatiable Hunger,” Body and Being Network, Oxford University, Oxford
2014, “Raven becomes Voracious,” Story Bazaar, Hackney, London
2014, “Raven becomes Voracious,” Westcountry Schoolof Myth, Dartmoor
2014, “Man-Bear,” Westcountry School of Myth, Dartmoor
2014, “Jack, his mother and the beanstalk,” Story Jam, London
2014, “Tongue Twisting Toungemeat,” Westcountry School of Myth, Dartmoor
2014, “The Mothway,” performance for Canalology Festival, London
2013, “Talking and Tumbling Towers,” Studio 180, London
2013, “The Mosquito,” performance at Emerson College, Sussex
2013, “The Mosquito,” performance at Fresh Blood and Guts, The Miller, London
2013, “Tongue-Twisting-Tonguemeat,” performance at the Torriano Storytelling night, London
2013, “The Firebird and Princess Vasilisa,“ performance at Emerson College, Sussex
2013, “The Sword of Wood,“ performance at Emerson College, Sussex
2013, “Savitri,“ performance at Emerson College, Sussex
2012, “Tongue-Twisting-Tonguemeat,” Perfomance at the Construction Gallery, London
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