Commissioned by the Prisons Week charity to write and perform the promotional video for the Prisons Week 2017 campaign.
BBC Radio London
Guest appearance as judge for the 2018 rap finals.
Art Against Knives
On Track Project Facilitator
Engaging the participants around relevant issues, exposing them to new and different writing practices and facilitating the creation and recording of their own original music.
Writing and performance of a one-man live hip hop graphic novel and educational programme. Toured nationally, 2011-13.
Political Poetry Tutor
Facilitation of a weekly workshop which aimed to explore, discuss and debate contemporary social and political issues as well as the production of spoken word pieces/performances that voice and address these various dialogues.
The Rose Bowl
Music & Performance Programme Manager
Scheduling, monitoring and programming of the youth artists, tutors and studio facilities as well as event and product planning.
Stan Won’t Dance Education & Arts Residency, Royal Festival Hall
Working in collaboration with Director / Choreographer Rob Tannion and Whitbread Award winning author Patrick Neate to create multi-arts workshops and performances for young people ages 11-14.
Where I’m From, Daniel House PRU
A year-long project, working in collaboration with poet/author Roger Robinson to facilitate the young people’s production, writing and recording of an original spoken word/rap/grime album.
The London Sinfonietta & Copenhagen Youth Project, Kings Place
Collaborated with the London Sinfonietta and participants (aged 12-15) from the youth project to produce an original classical-urban fusion, multi-media installation and performance.
The British Library
Facilitated an English Language conference for students.
‘Conversations with the Yout’
Spoken word and rap album based on my experiences as a youth worker and arts facilitator in the streets, schools and estates of London. Recognised by the English Poetry Book Society as one of the country’s best spoken word records of the year in 2010.
ARTIST TOURS/GIGS & DISCOGRAPHY
The Book Slam: Neighbourhood Club w/ Patrick Neate
Darkerthanblue.com UK National Tour
Fresh Festival: Birmingham
Touch Magazine Main Stage, Notting Hill Carnival
Support for Omar, Jazz Café, London
Dekefex, Mass, London
Urban Music Seminar, London
2002 MOBO Awards
“GIMME SUM” ft. Omar, Common Sense, Rodney P & Ashman. Single from Sing (If You Want To) – Omar
“TRANSMISSION 2032” Taken from TwoFive- Apples &Snakes
“SING (REMIX)” (If You Want To)- Omar