Charlotte is a visual storyteller exploring Jamaican-British heritage and regenerative futures through graphic essays, illustration, film, workshops and hosting conversations. She has published, edited & contributed to a number of anthologies, graphic essays and journals and hosted events showcasing the work of comic creators in Birmingham with international graphic novel forum LDComics, which champions autobiographical stories about the everyday. She also hosts workshops with Afroflux and AfroFutures_UK, collectives re-imagining black inclusive futures. In 2020 her first short film ‘Dutch pot: From Jamaica to Dudley’ won runners up in the Sundance Collab competition with the theme ‘Every day objects’ and has been played at This is My City Festival and the Caribbean Pop Up Cinema. She currently works with Civic Square, creating social and civic infrastructure for neighbourhoods of the future, rooted in her home city of Birmingham.
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