Dance City: currently a trustee; Guest Artistic Director 2009; and has developed new dance work in partnership from time to time, including Rapt @ DanceCity (2009).


Northumbria University: Visiting Fellow in Performing Arts (2008 – 2011).


English Heritage: Footfalls Echo @ Belsay (2008) and Figure Moves @ Edlingham (2009).


National Trust: Barefoot @ Seaton Delaval Hall (2011).


Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa: campus site-specific dance film Namaste (2008).


Swallows Foundation: member of cultural exchange programme between North East England and Eastern Cape, South Africa 2005–2009.


Centre for Medical Humanities, Durham University: paper co-authored with Associate Professor Dr. Sarah Atkinson commissioned by Creative Partnerships.


Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA: visiting artist to the Department of Dance 2013.


Burnlaw Centre Community Interest Company in rural Northumberland developing participatory activities involving arts, ecology and personal development.


Tamara Ashley: Profiled in her PhD dissertation Site-sensitive dance in transition (2011).


Miranda Tufnell: dancer, writer and teacher, long-term collaborator.


Linda Kent: visual artist in abstract painting, long-term collaborator.


Christo Wallers: artist/filmmaker, collaborator on Rapt @ DanceCity and  Divided. between. displaced. newfound solo work.


Daily Life: collaboration with community artists Penny Rae and Carl Cardonier in Lille, France (2011 and 2012).


Sean Burn: collaborator, writer, performer and outsider artist.


Haltwhistle Film Project: independent film company working with filmmakers, artists and organisations.


Foundation for Community Dance: authored two articles for FCD magazine Animated.


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