Audio Walks

I have made several immersive site specific audio walks with various organisations and other writers and artists.

Currently I am continuing mutually fruitful work with The National Oceanography Centre, making two new audio walks to highlight coastal hazards through 2020-22. You can read a little more about those here 

Below are completed walks.

Walk with Us (2022) is two walks on the SW coast path in areas that are under threat from coastal erosion. More info here

Changing Shores (2019) can be heard on the Crosby coastline, made with the National Ocenaography Centre and Sefton Council to illuminate coastal erosion. More

The Seventh Door (2016) was set in Aberdeen to celebrate the importance of the Music Hall in the city. Made with Maya Chowdhry, for Aberdeen Performing Arts. More

Colne Rising (2015) was commissioned by WeDo for Kirklees Council’s  Bear Hunting Festival. More

Lune Rising (2014) explored sea level rise and the endurance of microplastics through the history of the River Lune’s maritime history. Commissioned by Lancaster’s First Fridays. More

Tales from the Towpath (2014) was an interactive story set along Manchester’s waterways using AR, geocaching, performance and microprint. Made in collaboration with Maya Chowdhry, Michelle Green and Helen Varley Jamieson. It was shortlisted for the New Media Writing Prize. More