You'll find me drawing outdoors in the landscape - usually in the rain. When I'm working in my studio I'm running workshops or drawing narrative illustrations and comics. 
I have a particular interest in renewable energy and worked as an artist in residence 
& 'Windy Draws' community art workshop leader at the Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Site, Rhigos Mountain, South Wales. 
I advocate for artist-led, pedal-powered sustainable regeneration. 
I have been involved in successful campaigns to save art spaces and services. I created the WORKERS GALLERY in 2014 with my husband - artist Chris Williams MA MRBS. The Gallery embodies my belief that being creative and experiencing art can inspire positive cultural and social change. The gallery is part of a vibrant creative valleys community. 
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My academic research considers commemoration, particularly that of my ancestor Duncan Edwards. He was a Busby Babe, Manchester United and England football player who died after being injured in the 1958 Munich Air Disaster.

I am in the developmental stages of a new drawing and writing project taking aspects of my PhD commemoration research into a comic form.