Rebecca founded S.I.D.E Projects in 2015, following 13-years experience creating training and innovative structures for change across the cultural, education and public sectors. Her work is rooted in a passion for promoting the development and wellbeing of others, and rests on a foundation in the arts.
She’s at her best when working collaboratively to create conditions for change, converging stakeholders and communities across a system to get things done.
She loves to draw on her creative background and ability to connect people and networks. Exploring and interpreting unusual, stigma or complex subjects, and being given the opportunity to make them acceptable, relevant and inspiring to others.
Rebecca holds academic and vocational qualifications in Art & Design, Teaching, Counselling, Mental Health First Aid and Safeguarding.
As a collective, S.I.D.E Projects enables Rebecca to assemble teams where necessary, spot emerging or good practice and explore wider connections for mutual benefit or positive change.
Rebecca has worked with organisations such as London Transport Museum, Transport for London, National Gallery, Centre for Homelessness Impact, Westminster City Council, Barbican, Groundwork London, Vital Regeneration, London Apprenticeship Company, Solar Century, Fundamental Architectural Inclusion, A Fairer Chance, Liminal Space, Art Burst and The Point People. As well as a number of schools, colleges and universities including: King’s College London, Southwark College, City & Guilds London Art School, Kingston University, City University and Westminster University.
Please see our case studies to find out more about the projects Rebecca and S.I.D.E Projects have worked on.