Tate Lates

Assistant Curator | Uniqlo Tate Lates | Tate Modern | 2016-Present

On the last Friday of every month, Tate Modern comes to life after-hours for Uniqlo Tate Lates. You'll find a mix of free art, music, film and workshops. Emerging and established DJs selected by NTS Radio soundtrack the night, alongside world-class exhibitions, pop-up talks, playful artistic activations and hands-on workshops.

©Tate, photography Ben Fisher

©Tate, photography Ben Fisher

©Tate, photography Maria Giorgia Lenzi

©Tate, photography Maria Giorgia Lenzi

©Tate, photography Rory Sheridan

©Tate, photography Rory Sheridan

©Tate, photography Maria Giorgia Lenzi

©Tate, photography Maria Giorgia Lenzi

©Tate, photography Alex Wojcik

©Tate, photography Alex Wojcik

Routes In: Alternative Careers Fair

Project Manager | Routes In: Alternative Careers Fair | Tate Modern | 2018

Tate Modern's first ever careers fair welcomed young people and gave the chance to meet arts industry insiders, network in the lounge with BBZ DJs and listen to a series of talks from inspirational women working in the arts.

Images ©Tate, photography Diana Agunbiade-Kolawole

Fierce Play

Project Manager | Fierce Play | Tate Modern | 2018

A free family festival of live art games. Families played super-sized games and took over Tate Modern’s epic Turbine Hall. The festival was based on Playing Up, the game for kids and adults to play together inspired by performance and live art.

Images ©Tate, photography Alex Wojcik

Harvest Celebration

Event Manager | Harvest Celebration | Tate Britain | 2018

Harvest Celebration was a free celebratory afternoon for all ages with food, music and making to mark the end of the harvest season and the final week of A Common Ground, Tate Britain’s pop-up community garden. Bringing together local food vendors, musicians and creatives, we celebrated the importance of community and conversation.

Images ©Tate Photography

Christian Marclay: Tate Collective Overnight Screening

Event Co-Ordinator | Christian Marclay: The Clock Tate Collective Overnight Screening | Tate Modern | 2018

An exclusive screening of the 24-hour cinematic masterpiece for Tate Collective - Tate’s free scheme for 16-25 year olds. Visitors could drop in to The Clock watch the film's twilight hours, catch DJs, a midnight philosophers club plus early morning yoga, meditation and breakfast.

Images ©Tate, photography Dan Weill

Turbine Festival

Co-Curator | Turbine Festival | Tate Modern | 2015

Turbine Festival held at Tate Modern celebrated the idea of culture as a common wealth. For one day the Turbine Hall became your city, your local, your playground. The programme included music, performance, film, installations, food and drop-in activities.

Images ©Tate, photography Diana Agunbiade-Kolawole

Nike Escape on Sark Island

Event Team & Nike Brand Ambassador | Nike | 2015

I travelled to Sark Island with Nike X Limelight Sports to host a fitness escape for female fitness bloggers, athletes and winners of Nike’s Summer Chase challenge. Packed full of good stuff - early morning yoga, Nike ID designing with artist Hattie Stewart, silent disco workouts, classes with Nike trainers and challenges across the island.

Images ©Nike


Source Display

Tate Collective Producer | Source Display | Tate Britain | 2014

Source Display exhibition highlighted similarities between mass displays of art in a salon hang and the ability of 21st century digital and social media platforms. Alongside Tate collection works, the exhibition also featured digital installations, an interactive sound art work and open submission screenings.

Images ©Tate Photography

Late at Tate

Tate Collective Producer | Late at Tate (Various) | Tate Britain | 2012-16

Late at Tate offers the perfect opportunity for the curiously minded to explore the gallery after hours with a free programme of workshops, music, discussions, tours and food - curated specifically for 18-25 year olds.

Images ©Tate Photography

East Wing: Material Matters

Project Team | East Wing: Materials Matters | Somerset House | 2012–13

The East Wing Biennial is a contemporary art exhibition organised and run by students of The Courtauld Institute of Art. Material Matters featured artists Rachel Whiteread, Meekyoung Shin, Heringa/Van Kalsbeek, Gabriel Dawe, Slinkachu & more.

Pelxus no 11, ©Gabriel Dawe