Creative Team Building and Development


After years of experience of workshop facilitation in different contexts, I headed up creative team building services at the Art Academy from 2015-2016.   I now offer a range of team building, development and creative day options for groups, businesses and charities.


These can be adapated or created bespoke for your individual needs.  


They are good fun in themselves, and can also be aimed to improve communication, build rapport and improve team functioning.  


These are offered on site, in museums eg the Tate Modern, or at a central London Art College.    


For more information please contact me.


Previous clients include:  John Lewis, Cherie Blair Foundation, Unilever, Christian Dior Couture, Social Mobility Foundation, Frank Reynolds Artchitects, Kensington and Chelsea Social Council, IP and Science MarkMonitor, Close Brothers, Euroclear, SWD, Ørestad Gymnasium, Copenhagen, Cass Business School and City University and others

“I just wanted to reiterate the great time that we all had on Tuesday, and how much that really was down to you putting us all at ease and creating an environment where everyone felt comfortable enough to get involved and express themselves. The consensus from everyone was what a great day it was and how relaxed everyone had felt, even those of us who had scepticism (myself included)!! I really think that you played a huge part in that, so thank you ever so much."  Unilever 2016

"The day was fun and productive; we came away feeling both energised and inspired by our team’s creative potential!   We really appreciated all the detailed and helpful communications that were received prior to the event; Lorna was always on hand to accommodate any questions or concerns we had leading up to the day. We felt confident that all our goals and objectives would be incorporated into the day’s activities.

On the day, our team enjoyed the activities and were overall very engaged and enthusiastic. The length of each activity was ideal, not too short and not too long. The warm-up games were a fun and humorous way to get us into a “team-work” mindset. Most importantly, the activities were hands-on and inclusive and something that everyone could do, no matter their skill level. Teams were also small which meant that people could really get to know each other on a more individual basis. The art tutorial offered prior to the Abstract Painting activity was especially helpful; because of this we didn’t feel “thrown in” to something out of our depth.  I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this to any organisation looking for something different, where your team can stretch their creative muscles whilst getting to know each other on a more individual level. "  City University of London, Marketing and Communications Team Away Day, September 2016