So, October has passed us by, and I have been unable to share much due to my websites downtime.
Love Arts Leeds festival has come to a close, and has seen lots of photography, from the workshop I ran in March this year at the White Cloth Gallery, my own Wellbeing Project, also at the White Cloth Gallery, a group photography exhibition at Inkwell, Dancing with Light at the Northern Ballet, Opening Doors at Broadcasting House and A War Within at the Royal Armouries. It’s fantastic to see so much photography this year, and inspiring to know that I have been part of it.
I also have some fantastic news. I was nominated and shortlisted for the Visual Artist Award.
“Love Arts Awards recognise the contribution of people, groups and organisations in Yorkshire who have made a real difference to people’s mental wellbeing through the arts. Visual Arts – An individual artist or group/organisation who has made an exceptional contribution to promoting understanding of mental health and wellbeing through their work.”
I am honoured to announce that I won the award! I am truly humbled and also pleased that my work has been recognised, and I will continue to work using wellbeing as my focus.