August 2023 – The Ferens, Hull an Imperial War Museum (IWM) 14-18 NOW Legacy commission with Freedom Festival Arts Trust



2020 Autumn – The Treasure House, Beverley

2019 March to Nov – Underground Galleries, Holmpton Cold War Bunker



2018 March – Underground Galleries, Visit the Bunker, former RAF Holmpton



2017 November – For Hull UK City of Culture 2017, Humber Street Gallery, Hull, UK


Poppies: Women War Peace

Originally funded by Arts Council England

2018 November – Temple of Peace 80th Anniversary, Cardiff, Wales

2018 Summer – Hargrett Rare Book & Manuscript Library, University of Georgia, USA
2018 March – Caffi Croesor, North Wales
2017 September – National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta, USA
2017 August – The Senedd, Welsh National Assembly, Cardiff, Wales, UK
2016 September – The Ropewalk, Barton-upon-Humber, UK
2016 November – Yorkshire Army Museum, York, UK October
2016 June – Brynmor Jones Library, University of Hull, UK
2015 November – UN Headquarters, New York, USA
2015 July to 2016 June – Museum of Liverpool, UK
2015 March – Winifred’s War, Hull Central Library, UK
2015 January – Auschwitz, Holocaust Memorial Day, Hull History Centre for University of Hull, UK
2014 November – Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge, UK
2014 November – Poppies & Postcards, St Mary’s Church, UK
2014 November – I Remember, Hull Central Library, UK
2014 February – Poppies & Postcards, The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber, UK


42 Women of Sierra Leone

Originally funded by Arts Council England

2015 Spring – The Horniman Museum, London
2011 – International Slavery Museum, Liverpool, UK
2010 July – University of Hull (Middleton Hall) hosted by the Faculty of Health, UK
2010 March – Royal Commonwealth Society, London, UK. Co-hosted by Amnesty International and opened by human rights lawyer Professor Paul Hunt
2009 November – British Council HQ, Sierra Leone
2009 June – The Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, UK
2009 June
Kroo Bay shanty town for World Environment Day, British Council HQ, Sierra Leone
– WISE (Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation) University of Hull, UK
– The Art House, Wakefield, Yorkshire, UK
– Lehman Library, Shippensburg University, Pennsylvania, USA hosted by the Journalism and Visual Studies Department with a grant from the Human Understanding Committee, USA
2009 November – Carlisle Arts Center, Pennsylvania, USA . Public talk opened by Mr James L. Stanfield, photographer, National Geographic Magazine
2009 January – Women of Sierra Leone, TopArt Photo Gallery, Szczecin, Poland
2010 March – International Women’s Day , Reading International Solidarity Centre, Reading, UK
2008 – ‘Kadiatu’ image shown at Foto8 Summer Show, Host Gallery, London, UK



Originally funded by Arts Council England

2011 Summer – James Reckitt Gallery, Hull, UK
2012 June – Fabric, Bradford, UK (Awarded Inspire recognised by London 2012 Olympic Games)
2012 August – Hull Ferens, UK



2018 Winifred’s War – Scarborough Art Gallery, Scarborough
2013 Closer, The Treasure House, Beverley, UK
2003-2004 January – The Travel I’ve Seen, The Ferens, Hull, UK December
2003 December – Children of the World, Hull Anti-Slavery Anniversary, Hull, UK

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