David's story of human resilience and resourcefulness against the odds will leave you uplifted and inspired. David is brutally honest about his life and how the power of Creativity has been such a major factor in his recovery. Speaking about stigmatisation and judgement and how we perceive the voiceless of society is a passion of David's
David has spoken at many public events and conferences around the UK and abroad. His mixture of creativity in his speeches engages audiences and shows them a different side of perceiving the most vulnerable in society.
Working with some of the leading Charities and Companies in the UK, Including Shelter, British Council, West London Mission, The Passage, British Land, Nationwide, Citibank, CIH and many many more
David recently had the pleasure to talk alongside the President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid at the Tallinn Music Week Creative Impact Conference 2018. David spoke about inclusive and sustainable citys for everyone plus Arts for social action.
David is a multidisciplinary artist and can create some truly unique art workshops, From Primary schools, corporate headquarters to homeless shelters, David has the ability to engage all involved resulting in some truly memorable art pieces.
David has had the pleasure in leading International workshops at Path With Art in Seattle via Zoom, working on the Art for All Ball a transformative art runway show, as a teaching artist. This year, we stepped into a fantasy and experienced the restorative power of art in an online interdisciplinary show of performance, music, and more.
David has been working with the PWA Veterans Project in Seattle creating a very unique audio visual installation which will be exhibited November 2021.
Because of Covid-19 the online space gave us an opportunity to show the importance of arts for those most vulnerable in our society. Being able to deliver workshops from the UK to Seattle USA meant that participants still had the chance to make and showcase art.
Fighting With Pride supports the health and wellbeing of LGBT+Veterans, service personnel and their families – in particular those most impacted by the ban on LGBT+ personnel serving in the Armed Forces prior to January 2000.