Designer, writer, publisher
I am a chronically ill writer, designer, and publisher from Aotearoa, living in London. Alongside Sophie Paul, I co-run Sticky Fingers Publishing. We started working together out of a shared concern for what knowledge feels like, and since have developed Sticky Fingers into a feminist intra-dependant print publishers working with over 75 writers across the last three years to publish work too terrifying, messy or fragile to be published anywhere else. We are concerned with feminist, queer and crip publishing methodologies and prioritising work dealing with these politics. I am an associate lecturer on the BA and MA Graphic Design programme at Camberwell College of Art; a context tutor on BA Design at Goldsmiths University; I am one third of design trio Access Power Visibility working on Healing Justice London’s Death by Welfare project; and a freelance writer and designer.