Goodbye 2019 and hello 2020!

Well, 2019 has certainly been an eventful end to the decade. A lot has over the past 10 years and I welcome the 2020's with a sense of optimism and hope for the future. Bursting with many adventurous artistic collaborations, making art which creates change and has greater impact in society. I am also putting it out there to take my work overseas for more audiences to experience in the next few years. My main highlights of this year have been creating Asian Women & Cars: Road to Independence installation and film. It was commissioned by Multistory for Blast Festival 2019 and it went on to win the Asian Media Award for Best Creative Media Award 2019. It attracted international audiences and me

Asian Media Awards 2019: Here’s to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise the

Two years ago, I decided to leave my job and embark on making my own creative work. My desire to start creating my own work came in 2015, after being immersed into London's Southbank Centre's Alchemy Festival and producing a national show theatre show called Mother Tongues from Farther Lands in 2017. I craved to tell stories that were real, authentic and made an impact on people and in society, but the dreaded imposter syndrome prevented me from making that leap sooner. In 2019, I had the opportunity to make Asian Women & Cars: The Road to Independence. An art installation and film which told the stories of the first generation South Asian Women who learned to drive in the UK. The exhibition

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