Projects

Step back to the mid 80's when Reggae was king.
Step out on a Saturday night to the Late Night Blues. A short, evocative documentary style drama shot on super-8 film with a dub reggae sound track and a cast of locals recreating the 1986 Blues Party music scene.

Creating the video elements for an integrated multi-media theatre show exploring issues around immigration with a large mixed cast of young people from many ethic origins and communities. In association with Chol Theatre the resulting piece was shown to critical acclaim at the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield.

Kirklees Creative Summit

Delivering this keynote presentation about human creativity at the Kirklees Creative Summit event.

workshop at Huddersfield Art Gallery

Free creative family workshops at Huddersfield Art Gallery and Birkby Community Centre exploring living space through a range of hands-on arts workshops.

colouring the corridors

Working with the Royds Hall Creative Curriculum group - 25 students looking at the year 6-7 transition programme. This project grew over the year and culminated at the start of the new academic year in September.

Crucible talking benches

Sit on the two benches in the foyer of the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield and they talk to you. Designed by Madani Younis and made by Richard Wincer, we created the reactive electronics that speak the words of Crucible staff when visitors alight on them.

Candle

Six different meals had twelve guests each. A survivor of the Holocaust and someone affected by more recent persecution suggested the recipes at each one, and they spoke before inviting discussion about how to create a culture of tolerance and hope.

A vintage looking camera at an outdoor photography station contain face recognition software that takes a short sequence of images. These are combined with other quirky imagery and the resulting live animations are projected onto a large translucent screen.

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The Moon and the globe
Sat 26/02/2011

Slaithwaite Moonraking Festival takes place every two years (every 'odd' year). A brilliant community celebration with a...

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