I’m a neurodivergent, multi-award-winning audio maker, writer, and community worker driven by an unwavering conviction that art is for everyone. I work across multiple fields, but my unifying motivation is to create meaningful experiences for people.

My audio work includes the BBC Audio Lab commissioned podcast Blossom Trees and Burnt-Out Cars (producer/presenter). The six-part series explores the question: nature is everywhere, so why isn’t it for everyone? It won Gold at the UK Audio Awards, Silver at the British Podcast Awards, has been recommended by The Guardian and selected as Pod Bible’s ‘Best Podcasts of 2022’.

My performance work includes sharing comedy, poetry and theatre across the UK including at Southbank, Bristol Old Vic, Roundhouse, Glastonbury and Wales Millennium Centre. I am also the creator and host of What Words Are Ours? a poetry knees-up that features Deaf and hearing artists on the same stage.

My published poetry includes the collection eighty two and the pamphlet Proverbs for a Woman Drinking Alone (Broken Sleep Books 2023). My work has also been published in the Guardian Children’s Book of the Year anthology Poems from a Green and Blue Planet by Sabrina Mahfouz (Hachette Children’s Group) and Everything is going to be All Right, curated by Cecilia Knapp (Trapeze).

As a community facilitator specialising in working with young people, I have over 15 years of experience designing and delivering poetry, podcast and playwriting projects in mainstream schools, Alternative Provisions, galleries, theatres and hospitals.


“Refreshing and brilliant”

The Guardian

“Absolutely sublime”


‘Randall is distinctive’

The Upcoming

“Talia demonstrates an ear for content not often found in a producer at this stage of their career” UK Audio

UK Audio