I am a film-maker and researcher, with a professional interest in the relationship between film and neurodiversity, particularly autism.
I work at the intersection of arts, education and health, to draw out individual stories using participatory methods. All of my projects explore the ways in which the process of film-making can empower, enrich and connect.
I have worked with arts and health organisations, academics and artists to document their projects in rich and insightful ways. I have also recently completed a PhD, investigating how film-making can support the development of autistic children’s social communication skills.