Classically trained pianist and composer, poet, educator, workshop leader, producer, curator, imaginateur and artistic director of the Ealing Autumn Festival (now paused). Work in mindfulness has led me towards a growing interest in craftwork and visual art (http://www.ealingautumnfestival.co.uk). Self-training in digital art, virtual reality at Wired Sussex.
Insights into reflecting on death: programmes of music and words where composers and writers confront the acceptance of life and its inevitable consequence, death. A Winter in Majorca demonstrates a reflection on life and death shared by writer George Sand and composer Chopin during a visit to Majorca, which left them in virtual isolation on the island.
The unseen parts of our body: how they are constantly at work, how we can link with them more consciously and understand how they affect us. The brain, for example, is a much more plastic organ than we usually realise. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1RMHSzG45ye2JEdGSIdx7vjW-heMaOt8Z?usp=sharing which shares digital and non-digital art.
Mindfulness as community activities: many activities (http://www.ealingautumnfestival.co.uk). I have also worked with disadvantaged people at Theatro Technis, writing and directing participants in music for plays.