Research

Research

Current, National

My practice and research into therapetuic walking and mobilities involves: publishing books, papers and articles; creating walks, art and performative experiences; organising seminars and symposia and promoting writing about this work; providing opportunities for one-to-one and group walking events using the therapeutic tools.

Interdiciplinarity is inherent in my practice and research, and embedded in my 3-tier methodology, which works with a combination of: site/place; biological/social science; and people/participants associated with or experiencing a 'missing', challenging or  ‘marginal’ life-event. It seek to harness the way in which interdisciplinary arts practice can provide transformative (therapeutic) experiences in rural landscapes for those facing and or experiencing 'missing' or marginal life-events.