Meryl Lynch environment outreach
Meryl Lynch environment outreach

In 2008 I led a 2 day outreach project with children from Tower Hamlets to raise awareness of the importance of recycling in order to help the invironment. We chose the emblem of Meryll Lynch for the basis of our design, ( a large bull) then I, and around 40 children assembled the piece on site using all the waste paper and material from the offices.

Esther Benjamins Trust, Kathmandu
Esther Benjamins Trust, Kathmandu

In 2008 I spent 4 months in Kathmandu with the Esther Benjamins Trust setting up a sculpture workshop with the aim of bringing therapy through the art of making to victims of child trafficking. It was a challenging and incredibly rewarding 4 months and the following slides show some of the processes I took them through...

one of the finished mirrors
one of the finished mirrors

finished mirror before grouting

Meryl Lynch environment outreach
Meryl Lynch environment outreach

In 2008 I led a 2 day outreach project with children from Tower Hamlets to raise awareness of the importance of recycling in order to help the invironment. We chose the emblem of Meryll Lynch for the basis of our design, ( a large bull) then I, and around 40 children assembled the piece on site using all the waste paper and material from the offices.

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