I was asked this question by one of the recently confirmed creative collaborators on Project 7 - Natalie, a photographer. I of course confirmed that it was! At least in Project 7 this is possible as far as my parameters have been set. I am very excited that Natalie is on board and looking forward to the creative contributions and propositions that may unfold. Time and the pressures of time were very much at the forefront in my mind when conceiving Project 7 so I am hoping that whether its use of precious minutes or the precious hours of time, that it is being used creatively and in a way that is positively provoking. The use of the blog and website allows for content to be shared and reviewed days, weeks and months after contributions have been submitted. Something which I have written or shared in January I hope will provoke a word, an action, a something in May or June or beyond. The arts, the written form, digital technology and the mind can all enable us to turn back time if we need or choose to.
It's never too late or too
With local, national and international experiences on and off the court, on and behind the scenes, Hannah has worked in the arts and volunteered & participated in sport for 13 years. Graduating with a BA (Hons) in Drama & Theatre Studies and Sport, Physical Education & Recreation from Liverpool Hope University in 1995 which also included a year abroad at the University of Rhode Island, USA) she has worked at many of the cultural organisations in the South Bank and Bankside Cultural Quarter including the National Theatre, Young Vic Theatre and Southbank Centre.