I studied at the University of London specialising in the art of the early Italian Renaissance. Following a successful career as a classroom teacher, I began working in museum and gallery education in 2003 lecturing at the National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Dulwich Picture Gallery and Bethlem Museum of the Mind. In addition I have developed learning programmes for a range of cultural institutions, setting up the learning programme at Bethlem Museum of the Mind from the beginning. I have worked with a range of audiences but focused primarily on furthering creativity in the classroom and making collections accessible and meaningful for schools and teachers.
Schools and Teachers Programmer, The National Gallery
Image above: Young Producer performs a live poem about themes of Bestiality in the Collection as part of a YP Takeover Event © The National Gallery