Mission Statement

As a Creative Arts Project our aim is to improve the life quality of ourselves and others through creativity to encourage positive self-expression and wellbeing. It is our belief that through any form of artistic expression there is potential for self-healing and self-development.

This project works with all and is for all. We are experienced Teachers and Creative Artists, with experience of working in therapeutic settings. We offer a range of services and can work collaboratively with community organisations, schools, daycentres, etc., including workshops.

We are an alliance of sole traders: Karen Schofield and Stuart Price


We undertake a range of creative and practical projects.

We offer participative collaborative workshops with a range of communities, organisations, daycentres, youth groups, schools, residential etc..

We can work with voluntary sector or not-for profit groups to design and secure funding for medium to larger sized projects.

Current Projects

Low budget ecological garden design and maintenance. For your perfect garden. Mowing, weeding, etc.. READ MORE

Online magazine of writings, essays and links to "Change Agents". LINK

Performances & sessions for all ages and abilities. READ MORE

Support service for people in recovery from alcohol/substance addiction; based on a psycho-social model of addiction. We are currently setting this up as an Incorporated Charitable Organisation. LINK

Karen Schofield Photography. READ MORE

Can offer 1:1 and group tuition for fitness or self defence. READ MORE

martial arts

Karen is an experienced practitioner of mixed martial arts; principally Shotokan Karate. She also has experience of teaching different systems, using the various philosophies to develop a self defence style to suit all. All welcome, including absolute beginners and children.


We are both multi-instrumental and play, both together and separately, in a number of bands; currently The Phil Steadman Quartet, Eclectica and Triple Echo. We also have extensive experience in running participative music-making workshops for people with a range of disabilities; learning difficulties, autistic spectrum, mental health issues, etc.. We are currently also interested in extending this work for people suffering with dementia, altzheimers, etc..

We are available as a rhythm section for ensemble playing; sessions, gigs and recordings.