collaborations in all things creative.
P.D. Casely-Hayford has worked across all platforms of creativity, including creative writing, publishing, editing, writing and directing in performing arts, and in the production of new media, and film-theatre hybrid documentaries and poetry films.
Based in Australia, she holds a Master of Arts (Research) Creative Writing. She us currently undertaking a Phd which is exploring the implications for black women storytellers adapting their work to new media formats. She works as a freelance writer, and soundscape artist and digital projection artist. Recent books are "Jembe, the Journey Home" - book I of the Kembrekki Trilogy, and "When Freedom Kissed Her" poetry publication. Details of some of her recent writing, art and sound projects can be found on www.laterallycreative.com.
After years of extensive travel and cultural interchanges, Ghana, the home of her family and heritage, remains a central inspiration for P.D. Casely-Hayford.
She welcomes opportunities for on-line or on site collaboration with other creative practitioners.
EVERY STORY CHANGES CULTURE