I have been a qualified BSL Interpreter for thirteen years and during that time I have worked across many domains: Legal, Medical, Community, Arts, Education, Conference as well as travelling nationally and internationally.
More recently I have been specialising in Performance Interpreting with a focus on working within Contemporary Arts and Music/Festival performance interpreting.
Below is a selection of my Performance Interpreting over past few years both freelance and with the fabulous company Performance Interpreting.
Metapraxis Ensemble: Sisyphus Distressing Nov 2018
Great Exhibition of the North Opening Event June 2018
Brighton Centre 2017
Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham 2016
British Summer Time Festival, Hyde Park, London 2016
St Patricks Day Parade Festival, Trafalgar Square, London 2016
Reading Festival 2015
Seeing Voices - A collaboration between the band Womans's Hour and BSL Performers 2016 -
Metapraxis Ensemble: Sisyphus Distressing Nov 2018An integrated performance of sound, movement, projection and music, using BSL Interpretation as one of the 'elements' of the piece. Photo Credit: Alma Daskalaki
Great Exhibition of the North Opening Event June 2018Photo Credit: Lizzie Wharton
Brighton Centre 2017Lorde Photo Credit: Gemma Christie
Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham 2016Limp Bizkit and Korn
British Summer Time Festival, Hyde Park, London 2016Artists: Carole King, Don Henley, Michael Kiwanuta, Ry X Photo Credit: Marie Pascal
St Patricks Day Parade Festival, Trafalgar Square, London 2016Artists: Various Photo Credit: Gary
Reading Festival 2015BSL Interpretation Artists included: Mumford and Sons, Panic at the Disco, Wolf Alice, Bring me the Horizon, Libertines, plus others Photo Credit: Rachel Poole
Seeing Voices - A collaboration between the band Womans's Hour and BSL Performers 2016 -'Seeing Voices', Woman's Hour performance in Cardiff, June 9th (A visual interpretation of the songs choreographed by a Deaf actor and the three Interpreters involved. This show was created to be more of a dance than BSL interpretation and is stimulating some great interest and debate). 'Seeing Voices', Woman's Hour collaborative performance at First Site Gallery, Colchester, Feb 2016 Photo Credit: Woman's Hour Band