2017  KHiO National Academy of the Arts Oslo, Nothing to undo: Guest Lecture and  5-day photobook publishing workshop with BA + MA students across the 3 pathways (Fine Arts, Design and Crafts)

2015 – 2017 Lisbon Photobook Fair,  Page-turner: Photography, Book and Self-Publishing, 4-day workshop and pop-up exhibition for artists and photographers wishing to develop their photographic work into photobook projects, running in parallel with the Lisbon Photobook Fair, at the Lisbon Photographic Archive satellite space

2016 V&A Academy, Page-turner: Photography, Book and Self-Publishing, 4-day workshop and pop-up exhibition for artists and photographers wishing to develop their photographic work into photobook projects, running in parallel with National Art Library photobooks collection at msdm studio and Elephant Studios (London South Ban University)

2016 – 2018  ACAVA Association for Culture Advancement through Visual Art, Photography and self-publishing projects, both in Blechynden Street studio and partner West London- based centres. Photo newspaper and wall photoworks developed with St George College art students funded by West London Clinical Commissioning Group to create a permanent art collection for St Charles Centre for Health and Wellbeing. Bookworks developed with Venture Community Centre groups were funded by Royal Borough Kensington & Chelsea through Public Health

2014 CoolTan Arts Stays Up LATES: A Creative and Interactive Journey Exploring the History of Science and Mental Health, Program of workshops, editing and designing CoolTan Arts Largactyl Shuffle / Science Museum’s LATES book project with photographic documentation, related art work and many of the original talks given by volunteers on the guided tours.
Digital copy online:   http://www.cooltanarts.org.uk/largactyl-shuffle-science-museum-lates

2013 CoolTan Arts/ HS Projects, Open books: artists newspapers and QR codes.
Program of workshops leading to creation and publication of newspapers with four artists users of CoolTan Arts studio: William Ball, Graeme Newton, Aaron W.J. Pilgrim and Saffron Saidi. Commissioned by HS Projects with funding from ICAP: Insight Community Arts Programme. Artwork was exhibited in the lounge area in ICAP London’s headquarters building (Blackfriars), and could be accessed and downloaded via QR codes.
http://www.cooltanarts.org.uk/cooltan-arts-news/open-books-project/

2013 Queer Paper Gardens: exploring relationship between collage and self-publishing. Workshop for artists and educators. EDP Foundation, Lisbon

2013     Dreaming Through: Self-publishing workshop for artists and educators. Resulting works showcased alongside the exhibition in street facing displays at 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning Gallery, London

2008     Shared Worlds Collaborative and Participatory Art. Workshop/Seminar/Talks/ Art interventions/Public Art Coordination: Monica De Miranda. With: paula roush, Faisal Abdu’Allah and Paul Goodwin.
July  25- 27 2008, Centro Cultural de Lagos and vicinity

1998     Project Temporary Homes. South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, TAP-Trust Art Project, ASHA Projects, Eaves Housing, Riverpoint Emergency Hostel and Sojourner Housing Association. Funding: London Arts Boards Regional Challenge/ New Audiences Programme.
Workshops with four women’s organisations and women living in temporary accommodation in mixed-media project (using photography, video and web design). The artwork was exhibited in the Temporary Homes exhibition, 198 Gallery

1998 South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, TAP-Trust Art Project/ Lambeth Hospital
Developed participatory project with staff and people living in and near the healthcare estate using mixed-media (photography, video and writing). The artwork was published and exhibited in the healthcare estate