I am an artist and work within museums. My creative process is participatory, collaborative and inclusive and my work mostly focuses on neurodiversity and disability. It is also multidisciplinary, with materials and approach informed by the theme of the project. I have an interest in using digital technology creatively and finding new tools to create art with others. I was awarded a place on the Shaw Trust ‘Power 100’ 2018 list of the most influential and inspirational disabled people in Britain and more recently the Alumna Award at the University of Brighton for my work in founding ‘Dyspraxic Me’. 

I joined the project to learn how to 3D scan museum objects and to learn new skills.

The Paralympic story had an important impact in the development of disability rights but also highlights disability discrimination today.

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