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I’m Kit, and my pronouns are They/He & I'm a creator based in Leeds.  I am a studio holder at Assembly House, and part of Queerology Leeds. 

Originally from Cumbria; I attended Foundation at Carlisle , before graduating Visual Communication (Ba) at Leeds Arts University 




My work is wide ranging, from mural design for music festivals & local charities to make-up workshops with adults and young people for Leeds Pride. 

As a trans person with a visual impairment, I am driven to create works that are community and accessibility driven, with a social conscience.

My keen interest in community, and where people find a sense of belonging, led me to create my first documentary film ‘Tete a Trans’ which interviewed six trans people in Leeds, exploring the differences and intersections in personal and collective experience.
After graduating I gained experience in a creative factory making and painting scenery and costumes for seasonal themed sets and costumes / animatronics. 
During and after Uni I became involved with local drag collective Age of The, started by another fellow lgbtq+ LAU graduate. This let me continue to pursue set and costume design, as well as create safer spaces in our shows, (on top of visually exciting ones.)

Kit has been a part of art collective Queerology Leeds since 2018 and now is one of two organizers in the group moving forward from 2022

Coming in February, from the 6th; Queerology will be exhbiting objects and peices in Leeds City Museum for LGBTQ history month

Coming on April 20th Queerology will be hosting an exhibtion with workshops at Assembly House, based around queer visibility

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