Laura Coleman

Laura Coleman
is a ClimateCultures Author

A writer and artist who cares for rescued wild animals in Bolivia and founder of ONCA, an arts charity bridging social and environmental justice with creativity.

Laura Coleman (she/her) is a writer and an artist. She has lived and worked in Bolivia for over a decade, caring for rescued wild animals, and this is the subject of her first book, a memoir, entitled The Puma Years.

She is also the founder of ONCA, a Brighton-based arts charity that bridges social and environmental justice issues with creativity, and she lives by the sea on the Isle of Eigg in Scotland with a dog called Nelo.  

Creative Showcase

Laura has contributed a piece on her book, The Puma Years: A Memoir, to our Creative Showcase portfolio, an evolving collection of new and recent works from our members. See The Puma Years: A Memoir. 

Laura's ClimateCultures Posts: 


Spaces for Joy and Grief

Writer Laura Coleman explores the urgent need for spaces where we can engage the emotions of environmental change -- to hold onto our spaces, and create new ones -- and shares two spaces with deep meaning for her. Read More