An artist and cultural producer with a crush on queerness, humour and – both the mess and potential of – human connections.

Currently: Head of Arts for the British Council, East Africa and a PhD candidate in Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London.

This website documents artworks, projects, and ideas. You are welcome to explore!

Image Credit: Darlyne Komukama

Site designed by Romulus Studio

Press and Words

Forthcoming academic papers:

Queer Abstraction: Visual strategies to see new queer futures, Arts Open Access Journal by MDPI, 2020

Creating Space for Queerness: The Force of Art, Prince Claus Fund, Hivos, and the European Cultural Foundation, 2020

September 2018: East Africa Arts on KTN News

February 2018: A wee interview in the East African 

Nataal Magazine, July 2017 – Interview with Philippa Ndisi-Herrmann

Nataal Magazine, June 2017 – Jalada Literary Festival

Rocca Gutteridge

Yale Radio Interview, April 2017

ISPA Global Fellow 2016

The New Vision, March 2018, ‘East Africa art programme launched’

Screen Shot 2016-03-24 at 22.08.21

British Council to support entrepreneurs in the creative arts

Art Africa, December 2015, ‘The Artists’ Gaze’

KLA ART 014:

BBC News Africa, October 2014, ‘Art on motorbikes in Uganda’s capital Kampala’

The Ugandan Arts Trust:



The British Council:  32 East supports visual arts in Uganda

START Journal:  Creativity, innovation and experimentation sets a new pace for the Ugandan Visual Arts



Africans in London.net:  Documentation of the Ugandan Arts Trust’s auction at Bonhams


Big Prom on the Promenade:


The Scotsman:  Artists and band want Portobello back like ‘hey day’ for Tea Dance


 ten til ten.


MAP Magazine:  Artist Run Spaces in Glasgow and Beyond.



Shared Territories:


The Scotsman:  It’s for one night only, but LeithLate is proof of an underground creative spirit blooming in the capital | The Scotsman




Exhibitions and Curating: