I am a freelance museum, gallery and arts educator who is passionate about developing and facilitating meaningful visitor experiences. I specialize in gallery teaching strategies and engagement tools designed to enhance engagement with objects. I deliver in a number of different styles to foster meaningful relationships to break down barriers between visitors and institutions.

During my thirteen year career I have had the pleasure of working for major institutions in both in London and New York including:

The Met
The Whitney Museum of American Art
The Brooklyn Museum
New York Historical Society
The Horniman Museum
The William Morris Gallery
The Imperial War Museum
British Music Experience

Current institutions I work with include:

House of Illustration
The October Gallery
The Barbican
Lauderdale House
South London Gallery
Brockley Street Art Festival
National Army Museum

I have extensive experience working with all age groups, from babies to seniors, and have also lectured on museum studies at Wagner College, New York. My practice is backed up by a masters degree in Museums and Galleries in Education from University College London’s Institute of Education.

I am available for freelance delivery, programming and consultation in the full range of museum and gallery education activities such as research, session development and training for effective workshop delivery.

For details or for an outline of specific projects see my CV.