Between 2010-2013 I collaborated with Emily Wilkinson on the Come to your senses project.

We gave people an opportunity to creatively engage in and express their experiential, emotional and sensory experiences of a place. We used methods, such as collaborative mapping, to help visualise and reveal  individual and shared experiences in a visual form. This process could expose underlying themes, issues and concerns. We facilitated Come to Your Senses as a pop-up activity in a community setting and as an activity for specific workshops.

This project was also a finalist in the GeoVation Neighbourhood Innovation Challenge finals organised by Ordnance Survey.

If you interested in this type of work or have an idea for a project, please get in touch.

  • Laura was booked by the Wales Deanery to make a graphic recording of our MedTRiM Course for doctors. She captured both the main learning outcomes of the course and the essence of the learning activities incredibly well. What she produced was so good we now use it on all MedTRiM Courses to set the scene for the day.

    Andy McCann, DNA Definitive

  • Laura was a pleasure to work with, both flexible and accommodating for our specific needs. The final piece produced on the day was of exceptional quality and I highly recommend her.

    Chris Formosa, Strategic HR Project Manager at City of London

  • Laura’s unique work created an extremely exciting, vivid and innovative artwork that Chapter continues to profile through its marketing and promotional material.

    Hannah Firth – Head of Visual and Live Arts, Chapter

  • She turned our research into a creative and effective set of scenarios. We would recommend anyone who wants to make their research come alive to work with Laura.

    Noel Hatch – Co-Chair, Transeuropa Cooperative

  • The work done by Laura was invaluable in helping others to understanding the innovation model clearly, and in a lively way that inspired and engaged people. Laura was very effective in clarifying the brief and making helpful suggestions to improve the final product.

    Ian Graham, Head of Innovation, City of York Council