Rob is Writer-in-Residence on the Chatham Placemaking Project, a £4m Government initiative to improve the town centre. Construction work is about to begin to build one hundred of Rob’s poems into the pavements of the town.
As Special Projects Producer for Ridiculusmus, Rob is promoting their mental health trilogy throughout 2018.
Rob is a Faculty Associate at NHS Research & Development North West, who recently won the NWC Award for ‘Most Innovative NHS Team’.
Rob is proud to be writing a voice-over for the actor Dominic West, for the documentary ‘After 82’.
Rob is also Editor-in-Chief of The Researcher Magazine, an NHS publication which is read in 45 countries.
CLICK HERE to read the latest issue.
Rob was awarded a Junctures Commission by the wonderful 30 Bird to work with Professor Bernie Carter and her team at Edge Hill University. It is a research project about children who have chronic, complex pain. The work was shared as part of Cambridge University’s Festival of Ideas and will premiere on March 24th at Cambridge Junction.
Rob is working with Dr Will Medd on a Learning from Failure project for the University of Lancaster.
Rob has been commissioned to write 2 plays to celebrate LGBT History Month, February 2018. They will premiere at the mighty Leyton Orient Football Club in an old disused changing room from the 1930’s, built when homosexuality was still illegal.
Click here for details of March 2nd event.
Rob is also the Development Manager for Litro Magazine, who have a readership of 130,000. They are based in Somerset House.