Over the past few years I have used a variety of mediums for my work, from facilitating discussion groups and conversations (lots of them), performance, moving image work, photography, installation, print, text and film. However, performing to camera remains one of my favourite. It allows me to process the topics, issues or work that I have been doing. To channel some of my thoughts visually. To focus but sometimes to also play and have fun. As artists we often need this release, this freedom to play, to expereiment, in order for mistakes to happen, for things to become unstuck. This is what I love about performing to camera. It is not about the ability to edit the work. it is the freedom to screw up, and for that to potentially become the work.