Jazlyn Pinckney


My work centres on implementing + evaluating thoughtful inclusion strategies to deliver impactful cultural and institutional change.

A women of colour squinting into the sun. She is wearing a green camouflage coat, with a fur trim around her face and her yellow hair tie  is visible through her curly afro.

Jazlyn Pinckney


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Creative Workforce for the Future

The Creative Workforce for the Future programme is designed to develop industry employment practices and nurture young talent from under-represented groups to gain the experience required to sustain a creative career.

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South West Creative Technology Network

The SWCTN is a £6.5 million project to expand the use of creative technologies across the south west of England.


Wyldwood is a publication-podcast. Made in collaboration with Wyldwood Arts, it is a collection of stories and artwork produced by ChatBack, an intergenerational group of artists.

Jazlyn Pinckney is now the Head of Workforce development at One Dance UK. Previously she was Inclusion Producer for Watershed, engaged in developing Inclusion practices for South West Creative Network & Creative Workforce for the Future. Jazlyn implements and evaluates thoughtful inclusion strategies to deliver impactful cultural and institutional change.

From leading on USA wide engagement programs for New York City’s The Moth Radio to designing intergenerational programming with South West industry leaders, Wyldwood Arts, Jazlyn is fanatical about engagement, participation and in coaching the creative sector to hold intersectionality at the centre of design.

Most recent freelance commissions include Sound Artist for London based immersive theatre company, Bittersuite in collaboration with Institute of Imagination, Producer & Research for No Bindings international story-based project, RadioBook Rwanda, bid writing for London's Battersea Arts Centre.

Collaboration is at the heart of all projects, and past partners include, Bristol Old Vic, Bristol University, City of Bristol College, Diverse City, Cardboards Citizens, The World is Listening, Borderlands Charity to name a few.