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After graduating with First Class Honours from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Becky won the Lord Williams Memorial Prize for Design in 2007 and was short-listed for the Linbury Biennial Prize for Stage Design in the same year.  During her Masters in Fine Art (MFA) at Cardiff School of Art and Design, Becky was selected for the Sherman’s New Artist Development Scheme in 2009.  Becky's design work was selected for the 'Make/Believe' exhibition by the Society of British Theatre Designers at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2015, and she judged the Costume Design category for BAFTA Cymru in 2017.  Becky has become a fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2017), and most recently has been nominated for a STARS Staff Recognition Award (2019) at the University of South Wales for her work on the 'pART of Pontypridd' Art Trail, connecting students, art and the people of Pontypridd.  This has now become an annual project.  For full CV, click on the button below:

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Becky is an English and Welsh speaking Creative Practitioner, based in Pontypridd, South Wales (UK).  With over 10 years experience, she takes on many roles for her freelance work:

  • Set and Costume Designer for theatre and performance, including work as an Associate Artist for Taking Flight Theatre Company and Leeway Productions;

  • Artist working mainly in installation, sculpture, drawing and painting;

  • Workshop Facilitator and Community Artist;

  • Creative Access Specialist, making exhibitions and performances an accessible and inclusive, multi-sensory experience;

  • Illustrator entering the world of book illustration.  ​

As can be seen in Becky's portfolio of selected projects for this website, there are often cross-overs between these disciplines.

Becky works as a part-time, Senior Lecturer on the BA(Hons) Creative and Therapeutic Arts course at the University of South Wales, one of only two of its kind in the UK.  The course develops students as Socially Engaged Artists, Community Artists, Participatory Artists, Arts in Health Practitioners and other related disciplines, promoting conversation, personal development, inclusion and wellbeing (see below for short video). These principles which underpin the course directly feed into Becky's practice.  Example student projects and workshops can also be found on this website.