Creative Coding: An Introduction to Programming with Processing – Online Short Course – Central Saint Martins 
In this course, you will learn to use the Processing programming language through a set of building blocks that will help you understand the underlying principles which are transferable to any other programming language. You will be able to apply those new understandings in your creative process to create and manipulate compelling visuals in minutes. No previous coding experience required.

AirBnb Experience: The Art of Drawing with Machines –  London, UK
AirBnb invited me to host workshops at my south-east London studio (SE20), where participants can explore digital arts and drawing with machines.


2019, 1-2nd & 8-9th June – Open Studios – Penge Art Trail –  London, UK
For the second year, I will be opening my South East London studio to the public for the opportunity to see my abstract paintings, machine drawings and drawing machines in action. You will even be able to get your own drawing done by a machine while you wait, and have a go at interacting with real-time generative patterns. Come and say hi!

2019, 24th April & 1st, 8th, 15th May – Introduction to Creative Coding – Victoria and Albert Museum – London, UK
During this 4 day workshop, you will learn the basics of computer programming with Processing, an open source programming language developed for artists and designers in mind. By the end of the workshop you will be able to create your own artworks with code in 2D, 3D, animated and/or interactive.


2019 – Lexus Launch Event – Guest Artist – Milton Keynes, UK

2019 – Art Exhibition – Jeannie Avent Gallery – London, UK

2018 – Open Studio – Penge Art Trail – London, UK

2018 – CreatingDecorative Patterns with Code – Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK

2018 – Modual Immersive – Digital Maker Collective – Sommerset House, London, UK

2018 – Art Works of the Future – Digital Maker Collective – Tate Exchange at Tate Modern, London, UK

2017 – The London Illustration Fair – Guest artist– Oxo Tower Wharf, London, UK

2017 – Computer Drawing Workshop – Watermans Art Centre – London, UK