Art work from Keychanges Animation made by artists at HMP Low Newton magpie



This project was devised and managed by Alison Redshaw at Dilly Arts

'Key change' is a play devised by the women at HMP Low Newton Prison with Open Clasp Theatre Company. The play was performed in the prison and at Live theatre and the was toured to the Male prison facilities in the North East. I was asked to work with writer Richard Walker Hardwick in Frankland and Durham prisons to create a series of short films in response to the play.

I then went into Low Newton to create film and animation to the audio from the Keychange play so it can be played to other women that come into the prison system


Lumiere Festival



Lumiere festival

Four artist where commisioned by Artichoke to work in HMP Durham, Low Newton Frankland and Deer bolt prisons to make an installation for the Lumiere Festival Durahm. I was commissioned to work with NEPACs a prisoner family support charity that works closely with prisoners families and the prison community. I worked with the young peoople who where visiting brothers, mothers, fathers Uncles and family friends. We played made and talked about their hopes wishes and experiances.These creative workshops became the content of our bricks that combined with the work from the prisoners the which formed this beautiful illuminated wall that was exhibited in Durham Cathedral.