Verity-Jane Keefe is a visual artist, working predominantly within the public realm, using moving image, text, and installation to explore the complex relationships between people and place. She is interested in the role and potential of the artist within urban regeneration. For fourteen years she has been developing deep partnerships with a number of local authorities, working both with and alongside, on art commissions, planning policy work, archival and heritage projects, and regeneration schemes. She has an ongoing, accidental love affair with Outer London. She is currently artist in residence in Thamesmead for housing association, Peabody. Recent works include The Mobile Museum, The Wood Street Survey of Retail Trade, and Legoland. Verity-Jane is part of a collective of curators, academics, and artists who write long-term strategies for community and culture. She is an Associate Lecturer at Central Saint Martins, teaching a design studio on the MA Architecture with Julia King, and on BA Fine Art.