Walking Companions

Artists, performers, designers and writers. Our Walking Companions are people we have worked with and with whom we continue to develop ideas. Once a walk has been developed and curated they are often repeated, and the idea continues to grow. We also develop successful collaborations with organisations where we have been commissioned to develop walks and host talks and panel discussions.

If you are interested in co-creating a walkshop with us, we would love to hear from you, please click here

To find out about projects and with whom we are currently co-creating click here

If you would like to read more about what is involved should you wish to commission us to devise and deliver a walkshop on your behalf with an illustration of our fees, please click here

Messages from our Walking Companions:

Co-creators with whom we have collaborated:

‘Working with Andrew is a positive and energising experience. He is always thoroughly engaged with the project at hand, supporting, publicising and actively contributing to the process. He is especially good at remembering all those pernickety but essential practical things that can be so easily overlooked when working in the public domain.‘ Susan  Trangmar, Reader in Fine Art, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design – see Silent Witnesses

It has been a real pleasure to work with Andrew in arranging, leading and following up this walk.  At every stage of the whole process I have been impressed by Andrew’s thoroughness and attention to detail, always looking for ways to “add value” to the walk.  On our various “recces” to plan the walk, Andrew was always keen to explore side roads that might contain hidden gems (which they usually did) and was constantly looking at the walk through the eyes of the “consumer”.  He contacted experts in the various topics we might be covering and invited them to join the walk and either be on hand during the walk, or to give a presentation at the end.  All of this added up to an experience in which I learned as well as led – not only from the invited experts, but from Andrew himself, with his eccentric store of knowledge and his sheer professionalism.  This, combined with his consistent  enthusiasm has made Andrew a valued partner.  We are already discussing ways to repeat and extend our “Stalking the Hardy Ash” walk and to devise other, new walks – and I very much look forward to them.Peter Coles, Writer & Photographer

Client commissioner:

“The Museum of Walking ran [or walked!] an excellent series of events for London Tree Week 2015. Andrew devised a varied programme, which differed from standard tree trails to really engage participants with their surroundings. He created bespoke events which clearly met the brief of responding to the London environment and encouraging the use of photography. The events were interesting and unusual and attracted a wide audience. We were particularly pleased with the fact that Andrew was very proactive in promoting the events, gathering feedback from participants, and following up on the events.” Katrina RamseySenior Policy and Programme Officer, Co-orindator of London Tree Week 2015 – Environment GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY

Festivals and Organisations with which we have collaborated:

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