Research using methods of co-production offers communities greater control over the research process, and provides opportunities to learn and reflect from their experience.

Nashesizer Co-Developer current  –  Developing a bespoke musical instrument around my needs that allows for expression, precision, dynamics and reliability. Working with Drake Music makers and coders, Sound and Music and Media City Eagle Lab.

OSCE Advisorcurrent –  Assessing Social Work students presentations and objective structured clinical examinations. Working with Salford University.

New Spaces Co-Investigator, 2015-2018 – Exploring ‘Queer and Disability Arts‘ of the Around the Toilet research project.  An international collaborative project exploring the toilet as a place of exclusion and belonging. Academic researchers on the project were based across four Universities. Final report can be found here.

D2ART Advisor, May 2016 –  Exploring the potential of new innovative digital tools to support and extend the practice of physically disabled visual artist. In association with the University of Birmingham.

Box Society Consultant, March 2016 – Developing a collaborative street game project bringing together theatre performance and urban geography.  In association with Playfuel.