This was a workshop held by Healthwatch, to consult with the local community in Enfield to gather ideas and feed back to healthcare providers which services to bring closer to home.
Top subjects were mental health services and blood tests, but there were a spread of other subjects and a very vocal deaf community who demanded access to information - as without this people aren't getting the support they need.
Our continuing quest to find out more from the supporters of Amnesty - how can the structure of the organisation change and what are the reasons that make people take action? Bristol's workshop was held on a boat, but at the next event in London we'll be back on solid ground!
I'm really happy to say that I'm now a member of this printmaker's gallery on the south bank in London. Gabriel's Wharf is just next to the Oxo tower on the southbank, a short hop along from the Tate Modern.
My work is on display here and can be bought at the gallery.
I was asked by the New Citizenship Project to attend a patient and clinician consultation on behalf of Moorfields Eye Hospital.
The information gathered is being used by Moorfields to create a patient toolkit, to be shared throughout the eye care teams across the UK. Some very inspirational stories and wonderful people were present.
This image of me drawing the image was used in Moorfields most recent annual report.
I work mainly as a visual minute taker at live events and my background is in theatre and illustration. I also screen print my own prints. I like smile-in-the-mind imagery, thoughtful, playful, eye-catching.