The Moon and the City

London’s tides are as big as Cornwall’s. The five-screen installation ‘Thames Tides’ is mostly about immersion – here’s a short trailer for the ‘sidebar film’   See the full installation at The Cinema Museum on September 4th.2016

Medical Aid Films

Re-versioning some of their existing films into tablet-based training resources – this one in Yoruba, for Ondo State. Great to work with this purposeful organisation.

Thames Tides

  Another collaboration with Crispin Hughes, the exhibition ‘Thames Tides’ is at technical rehearsal stage. Watch out for it as part of the 2016 Thames Festival.      

Communication

Grace John describes working with her donkey to carry water way up the Rift Valley escarpment to the home she made in refuge from the 2008 post-election violence. Work with DSK and Hilda Kathure, sadly in post-production limbo; working animals make a huge difference to people’s lives in Kagoto, but they deserve care and support      …

Hackathon

Mass Observation brought young people in to the Digital Humanities Lab for an experimental, creative day, archiving their favourite objects…  we produced audio and photographic records of their ideas to be used in an interactive resource Another collaboration with Crispin Hughes

Life of Breath

Breathing and breathlessness approached from the arts and humanities; the lived experience and how it can be expressed, in complement to the clinical perspective. Creative performance as much as academic launch – a pleasure to film! And their research work is just beginning…

Pastoralism goes to University

Pleasing request from Ced Hesse of IIED; can they use ‘Moving with the Times‘ to explain pastoralist lives and livelihoods to Ethiopian University students? “…under-graduate and post-graduate curricula of Bule-hora, Jigiga & Semera universities… to contribute to resilient, peaceful and equitable development in the drylands of Ethiopia.”  (click to play) The original 2002 commission from SOS Sahel aimed to de-stigmatise ‘feckless wanderers’ and present…