Video & Film

A video focusing on the creative activities undertaken by a group of young people suffering a serious deaf-blindness condition over a participatory arts weekend run by Shabang Theatre Adventures in collaboration with Sense North.

Forming a group of local teenagers to research and produce a unique video inspired by the film making ideas pioneered in Holmfirth over 100 years ago. Together we made an original short film introducing and updating the original material.

Video documenting the international European Leaders in Healthcare Improvement training programme final event in Cambridge. 

A film weaving together conversations, poetry and imagery around the lives of 12 refugees to this country - pairing a Jewish survivor with an assylum seeker, and exploring the similarities/differences in their experiences. Created as part of the ‘6 million+’ exhibition for the Holocaust Memorial Day.

Producing 2 DVD’s for Kirklees’ HMD event at Huddersfield Town Hall. One an interview with a veteran of the British Army’s liberation of Belsen and the other a record of creative activity with individual accounts from a refugee and asylum seekers support group.

Part of the Watershed team delivering a residential weekend of creative activity with members of the CHARGE syndrome families support group. The video focuses on the activities undertaken by the young people themselves and their thoughts and feelings about the shape of things to come.

Video documenting this international European Leaders in Healthcare Improvement training programme in Manchester.

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.


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 six-week participatory video project with a group of day care patients at the Prince of Wales Hospice, Pontyfract. In a delicate and often moving process, we worked to help the participants capture individual histories and memories, turning these moments into a coherent video programme.


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