I am a creative facilitator, artist, forest school practitioner, fire maker, singer, coach and planter of seeds. I use craft, nature connection and coaching to support people to connect with the abundance of nature, the strength of community and the beauty of creativity.
From an early age my passion and love of the outdoors found me sleeping under the stars, singing around fires, adventuring with little in my pack and making from only what is in the natural world. It is this creativity, simplicity, awe and wonder that I strive to share and use to empower, connect and build resilience in people of all ages.
After graduating in the arts in 2009 I began the journey of developing and combining the creative arts, bush craft, nature connection and therapeutic youth work. I worked as a core member of Embercombe's Education team, have lead groups for over 13 years within Forest School Camps alongside delivering nature connection trainings and being an occasional lecturer with Plymouth university. More recently I have completed a post graduate certificate in therapeutic education and worked as a senior therapeutic practitioner for the Art Room in Oxford before returning back to Cornwall in 2017 to develop my own creative and therapeutic practice.