Asher Gammon has worked in various roles as a freelancer within the arts and community sector and completed a MA in Peace Studies. He’s worked as an action researcher with young refugees, as well as a workshop facilitator and sports coach. In both Ghana and Malawi he was engaged as a youth support worker working on creative solutions to the issues of sexual and reproductive health, and the related issue of school attainment. Most recently he has worked to produce written and visual documents of projects in the cultural and heritage sector, often supporting and overseeing aspects of Armstrong Cameron’s work.
Recently he has begun to develop his own project which concerns the narratives of blues music.
Video teaser of a new project, with further information within the description: