People I work with


Felicity Woolf

Felicity has worked for the National Gallery, Arts Council England and Creative & Cultural Skills, where she was Qualifications and Operations Director. As an arts education consultant, she played a key role in the development of both Artsmark and Arts Award. 

She is Chair of The Mighty Creatives, a Sector Support Organisation and the Bridge for the East Midlands, and also chairs Upstart Projects, an organisation that encourages young people to get involved with the arts as leaders and activists. From 2012 to 2015 she lived in China, where she gained an MA and learned Mandarin.

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Sarah Boiling

Sarah is a London-based consultant who specialises in research, training, facilitation, advice and evaluation with arts and heritage organisations in the UK and internationally. She was  formerly Deputy Director at the Audience Agency and has also held senior roles at Tate and the Barbican.

Since setting up as an independent consultant in 2015, she has worked with a wide variety of clients ranging from the BFI’s Film Audience Network, the British Council, Arts Council England, and East London Cultural Education Alliance to Wardown House Museum, Creative People and Places, London College of Communication, Circulate, Tate, the Roundhouse, Matt’s Gallery and Phakama.


Phoebe Walker

Phoebe is a graduate of Leeds University/ Cause 4’s Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy Fellowship programme, and holds a postgraduate certificate, with distinction, in fundraising for the arts sector. She started her career in the Development Department at the Bush Theatre in West London, fundraising successfully for the theatre’s community outreach projects, and for its successful £4m refurbishment campaign.

She has since worked in education and fundraising across the arts and cultural sector, including full-time roles at The Poetry Society and Toynbee Hall, an anti-poverty charity in London's East End. After two years working freelance from the Hague in the Netherlands, she is now based in Manchester. 


Becky Palmer

Becky is a digital producer with over 20 years’ experience of producing factual and playful content for family audiences. She worked for 10 years at the BBC (Science and Nature and CBeebies) and has been freelance for the last eight years, making games and apps for Peppa Pig, Teletubbies, Horrible Histories, Elmo’s World and Sky Kids. She has wide experience of testing ideas and products with user and non-user groups.