I am a multi-disciplinary artist who enjoys playing with words and storytelling. I work across a range of mediums such as video, performance, poetry and sound. My main topics of interest are humour, language and arts accessibility. Currently, I am researching Neurodiversity and my experience with dyslexia and ADHD.
I enjoy working with young people and helping them explore new mediums and ways of expressing themselves creatively. I have worked in primary schools, community arts projects, researching and developing design for East London Metropolitan Opera's 'Bat Out of Hackney' (read more here), running workshops and rehearsals in Platform Theatre as part of my final year project, as well as working in public libraries leading art classes and story-times for children. Collaboration is an important part of my practise and I enjoy working with people from a variety of backgrounds.
As a producer and arts worker, I have supported the creation of work in a variety of art forms, such as visual arts, circus, street arts and multiple festivals. I am particularly interested in supporting community projects, work for young people and arts experiences that encourage audiences to see the world in a different way after leaving.
Photo by Sunny Sardini
2020 - 2022
University College Cork
MA Arts Management and Creative Producing (1:1)
2017 - 2020
The Glasgow School of Art
BA (Hons) Sculpture and Environmental Art (2:1)
2018 - 2019
Universität der Künste, Berlin
Erasmus placement, involved in the group project 'from one to many'. More information here.
2016 - 2017
Central Saint Martins, UAL
Foundation Diploma (Distinction) in Art and Design
ALPHABET SOUP (Exhibiting artist and curator)
Rebound Arts Festival and Lifelong Learning Festival.
GSA Showcase 2020. View here.
ds2020 simulator. Download and view here.
Cry and Laugh, Websters Theatre, Glasgow
Something I heard, Group show. Platform, The Bridge, Easterhouse, Glasgow
Untitled: An Art School Musical (2020), Auditorium
Directed and wrote play/musical performed by a mixed community cast of art students and volunteers from Platform. The project takes a look at what it means to study art today, using songs from Grease to explore the relationship between theatre and art. Sets are created using materials found in an art school demonstrating a craftiness involved in contemporary practise.
Like A Biennale, Civic House, Glasgow
Again and Again and Again, Project Space 1, The Art School, Glasgow
Joint show with Dexter Stokes-Mellor
Year 3, Govan Project Space, Glasgow.
4K Presents, Gallery 46, London.
More is Less, Laurieston Arches, Glasgow.
(Hosted by WAVEparticle as part of the Open Spaces project for the Laurieston Art Strategy, in partnership with NGHA, Urban Union, supported by Network Rail.)
Drinks Provided, Barnes Building GSA, Glasgow.
Milport, Barnes Building GSA, Glasgow.
Something to do with a body, 110 Elderslie Street Flat 1/1, Glasgow.
up and coming, Granary Square, Central Saint Martins, London.
Cacti Mural, Anglo European School, Ingatestone.
Readings / Podcasts / Radio
Danielle McLaughlin: Public Presentation
Reading micro-fiction. Ran by UCC Creative, read more here.
John McCarthy & Danny O’Mahony: Public Presentation
Reading section from work in progress play 'Duo'. Ran by UCC Creative, read more here.
Unmatch me now, 01. BLACK DIARRHEA UP TO THE RIM. Available here.
Podcast telling bad date stories.
BBC Radio Essex, Sadie Nine, 24 June.
BBC Radio Essex, Sadie Nine, 20 June.
Discussing EU Referendum from a young voters perspective.
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