A small, hand-made scribble
A photo of Ant. He is wearing dark rimmed glasses, has a dark short fringe and is wearing a bright yellow jumper with a necklace on top. His mouth is crossed out with hand drawn black squiggles and it says in big letters below: "Artists do not smile." Ant appears to be smiling under the scribbles.
A piece of masking tape that appears to paste the image of Ant to the page.
A piece of masking tape that appears to paste the image of Ant to the page.
A piece of masking tape that appears to paste the image of Ant to the page.
A small, handwritten note saying: "it's like i know how to pretend to be a person when i'm actually an alien."
A handrawn image of a stickman with a speech bubble saying: "i'm yelling beacuse i am shy" with lots of exclamation marks
A small, hand-made scribble saying: "writing" and in black and red it says: "VIDEO??"
A piece of torn cardboard, showing it's tears and edges. It has text on top of it as if it's on the cardboard itself.
A piece of black duct tape that appears to be sticking the image of a piece of cardboard to the page
A piece of black duct tape that appears to be sticking the image of a piece of cardboard to the page

I'm a neurodivergent, queer artist. I am a performer, writer, filmmaker, access consultant and workshop facilitator. I love to make work that tackles difficult, sticky themes, predominantly through the use of comedy. I believe strongly in making work that is loudly imperfect, that embraces failure, and is heavily invested in the liveness and energy that can be created in the moments between performer and audience. I strive to make difficult and complex themes accessible for audiences by creating endearing, candidly honest and occasionally uncomfortable spaces for the ideas to thrive.

Ant's Artist Logo. It is made up of masking tape with thick black pen handwriting saying ANT LIGHTFOOT in all caps with an underline.