Work highlights

The following is a selection of some of my recent work, spanning production, event management, facilitation, programme design and photography:


Host - Unravelling Time

the header image for the unravelling time learning marathon showcase, with abstract shapes with the following titles in - 'balance. perspective', 'circles in squares', 'fish(work) value', 'attention;intention', 'future ancestry' 'existential play', 'autistic joy', 'afrocentric wellness' a collage of photos of the members of the unravelling time huddle laid on top of a graphic background emulating the galaxy

Act Build Change

Facilitator & Project Lead - Digital Organising Learning Lunches

Creative Mornings LDN

Host - Justice & Photography

Social media graphic for the event 'Justice & Photography' a 2020 manifesto

Stop School Cuts

Producer - Gateshead Headteacher Activist Journey

Stop School Cuts

Producer - "School essentials have become luxuries"

Stop School Cuts

Producer - "We have one year to save nursery schools"

Act Build Change

Facilitator - "Lessons and reflections from our first hybrid event"

East End Women's Museum

Co-designer - Creative consultation workshop
Collages using archival materials made during the steering group run-through workshop


Photographer & Facilitator - School 21 & Hackney Laces
Collage graphic of portraits young people who took part in the Sisterhood Schools programmes that Edi photographed

Creative Mornings LDN

Host - Celebrating LGBTQI+ spaces
Edi sat with Carla Ecola in the Outside Project, listening as they speak at the event. In the foreground is an informational banner about the Outside project Edi and the speakers from the event (Natalie, Carla, Fred and Silver) sat together and smiling towards the camera

Stop School Cuts

Mixed-use documentary and portrait photography for campaigns and actions
a portrait of a nursery school pupil in a social media graphic stating 'every nursery school faces cuts or closure next year - sign now to save them

an infographic stating '3 steps to take action' using photography by Edi