I will be working on my book for Myriad Editions this year and next so will be unlikely to be taking part in many events until Autumn 2015.
2013: The Phoenix Project (Surviving Cancer): I was commissioned to create a comic in response to interviews with cancer patients about their experiences around relationships and sex after cancer treatment. My work can be seen here.
I’ll also be taking part in the ‘Quick Strips’ panel with Myriad Editions on the Sat eve at The Box: http://www.comicartfestival.com/quick-strips/
5th Oct: Bristol Comics and Zine Fair I exhibited at this event run by Bearpit Zines.
Nov 10 2012: Comica Comiket. I had a half table at this event. It was the first time for me and I enjoyed it thoroughly. I sold all of the copies of Spooky Womb I took (apart from the few I gave to nice people who’ve been supportive about my work.)
Aug 8th 2012: Laydeez do Comics Bristol at Cafe Kino. I presented work at this event along with Nicola Streeten; Sarah Lightman; Katie Green: Simon Moreton (Smoo Comics); and Andrew Godfrey and Emma Mould (Sicker than thou).
Bearpit Zine #4: I have one page in this Bristol-based collaborative zine. This issue has the theme of ‘other’. You can buy it here.
July 2012: My work In Hospita(l)able was used in Amerisa Waters’ paper at the Comics and Medicine conference in Toronto. I would have loved to attend this conference but was unable, so it was a nice surprise to discover that some of my work appeared there!
May 2012: Comic(s) Bodies, a multidisciplinary symposium. I exhibited some work here at Nottingham Contemporary along with Brick, Thom Ferrier, Andrew Godfrey et al.
March 2012: Some of my comics images are to be used by Linda Humphreys MSc as teaching materials in a reflective writing class for Genetic Counselling students at Griffith University, Queensland, Australia.
March 2012: Guest Director’s Commentary on Forbidden Planet Blog.
Nov 2011: Visualising the Stigma of Illness – Graphic Medicine/Comics Forum at Leeds Art Gallery. Presented my comics work about miscarriage and resulting childlessness from work-in-progress, The Facts of Life.
July 2011: Image about ME/CFS on the blog Better, Drawn.
June 2011: Paul Gravett used a couple of my images in his keynote speech at Comics & Medicine: The Sequential Art of Illness in Chicago.
May 2011: Presented work at Laydeez do Comics along with Alex Fitch, Mary Talbot and Jo Tyler. Set the cogs in motion!