Paul is currently working as a freelance producer (maternity leave) for Apples and Snakes, giving him a chance to organise and support lots of exciting spoken word projects and events, including a programme of events for SPOKE, a commission for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Alongside this he is developing a series of multi-disciplinary collaborations with different community and professional groups for Daedalus Theatre Company, including the storytelling project East, which will be part of A Season in Bangla Drama in Tower Hamlet, and The Radical History Project, a collaboration with The Black Smock Band which will be part of the Fun Palace weekend at Ovalhouse.
He is also working Alex Swift's Travesty, which had an R&D showing at Ovalhouse in June and will soon open at The Theatre in the Mill, Bradford.
He's designing and leading the digital aspects of The Green Man, a new piece for children produced by Lisa Mead and featuring poet and rapper Kenny Baraka, which is currently in development.He recently designed A Midsummer Night's Dream for Deafinitely Theatre at Shakespeare's Globe, and will be designing a children's show for them in the new year.
Main image: A Place at the Table, Camden People's Theatre
The images in the website header are all from Selfish, also at Camden People's Theatre