I established the Skin Project in 2003 to raise awareness of the issues concerned with skin conditions such as psoriasis etc. The work has been carried out locally, regionally and nationally in schools, hospitals and communities. In 2007 I was invited by Laura Moffatt MP (member of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Skin) to have an exhibition in the Upper Waiting Hall of the Houses of Parliament. The Sensitive Skin Exhibition was opened by writer and broadcaster Barry Cryer OBE. Barry was able to speak about his own experience as he had eczema as a child.

The exhibition was very successful, with an audience of 1000+ made up of local, national and international visitors to the Houses of Parliament from all walks of life. It gave me the opportunity to talk to lots of people about the work in the exhibition. Many people either knew nothing or very little about the particular skin conditions the work is focused upon, but having seen the exhibition they now do. They thought it was a very good way to get the message across as it helped them to understand the problems encountered by people with psoriasis etc.

The Sensitive Skin Exhibition held in the Long Corridor at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, in September 2007 is the fourth exhibition concerning skin and difference. The preview was held on Tuesday 25 September and opened by the Research Scientist Dr Mary Archer and Ray Jobling, Chair of the Psoriasis Association. The work in the exhibition is mixed media and includes some of the series Colourful Configurations of Heavenly Patterns of Unrivalled Beauty.