2020 – Present: Public engagement (comics, illustrated newsletters, educational resources, and workshops) for LandCRAFT – a project researching prehistoric rock art in the Côa Valley – Côa Valley Museum and Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal.
2021 – Present: Writer/Tracker for the Material:Pedagogy:Future network – researching pedagogy in art schools.
2020-2021: Writer and research assistant for the Research Department at Bath Spa University, UK, collaborating with researchers from the disciplines of creative writing, fine art and history in the writing and evidencing of impact case studies.
April 2021: Pangolin research comic for Pangolino.
Dec 2020: The Forest of Pewsham environmental comic for Avon Needs Trees, UK.
May 2020: Applied Comics Collaboration for Applied Comics Etc and Newcastle University, UK
Nov 2019: Table at Thought Bubble Comic Art Festival, Harrogate, UK.
March 2019: The Great Princess – contribution to Riddles Court historical anthology comic for Magic Torch Comics.
October 2018: Table at Bristol Comic and Zine Fair, UK.
Sept 2018: Three witchcraft and magic comics created for Spellbound exhibition at Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University, in collaboration with academics from University of East Anglia-led Inner Lives project.
Nov 2017: Cochno Stone comic and educational resources – collaboration with Dr Kenny Brophy, University of Glasgow, UK. Discussed in Public Archaeology: Arts of Engagement. The benefit of this comic was recognised by the Scottish Parliament in 2020.
2017: Series of comics and images created for The Human Seasons blog
2016 – 2017: Commission designing wall art based on prehistoric art and landscapes for Julia’s House children’s hospice, Devizes – collaboration with hilldesign.
Dec 2016: Autumn in Alta rock art comic made for Sightations exhibition at the Theoretical Archaeology Group conference, Southampton, UK.
September 2016 Table at Bristol Comic and Zine Fair, UK.
2016: Artwork for music video Thinkin’ ’bout Thinkin’ by Cuz
April 2015: The Past in its Place research project: Devil and Jan Reynolds and Weland historical/archaeological/folklore comics.
March-Nov 2015: Treasure folklore comic displayed in Treasure exhibition, Redoubt Fortress Museum, Eastbourne, UK.