creative producer 

A reaction to a year of captivity and an ode to the last wolf in England that was killed on Morecambe Bay in Lancashire. HOWL connects audiences with our forgotten wildness and wilderness, an immediate signifier for the power of nature and a reminder of our pack desires.

As we emerged from our lockdown, 150 strangers from across the county gathered on the iconic 'brutalist' bus station in Preston to let loose and perform a mass ‘howling’. Incredibly moving and cathartic, the joy of gathering together as a pack and letting our howls of joy, frustration, anger and pain ring out across the car park was a powerful moment, which has been captured on film as a participatory performance happening.