“I like to give communities a voice, especially voices that don’t usually get heard.” Experienced multi-media artist and disability rights activist at an international level. Work has been broadcast on both TV and radio and has toured and exhibited at home and abroad, including Poland, Finland, United Arab Emirates, Canada, New Zealand and America where his work was exhibited at the Kennedy Centre, Washington DC. Winner of a Major Creative Wales Award.

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14 Equal Street

Artist Residency Challenging Perceptions of Disabled People in the Mid Rhondda

Watch, fresh from the edit suite, the long-awaited documentary about 14 Equal Street by clicking on the flowers to the right

A little bit retro

Went back to Cardiff last week to catch up with lots of old mates and see some of them play. This photo of me is by Keyo Langford, our old bass player, now a photographer and always a bloody great guitarist. It was great catching up with all my old mates but it’s left me feeling a bit retro so every month for a bit I’ll be uploading some old work to a new platform, Disabled  Contemporary Arts Network, in case any of you want to catch it. This month it’s a film from 2009. It’s called Still Life and it’s about clairessence, or how smells can trigger memories even from beyond the grave...