Continuing on with my work with the Voice Project for part two of the Lockdown trilogy. Here is the film for the closing track from the Distance Between Us. See the full film here.
Continuing on with my work with the Voice Project for part two of the Lockdown trilogy. Here is the film for the opening track from the Distance Between Us. See the full film here.
©Plas Bodfa Projects: A track created from the interior of an empty house. using only recordings from the 24-hour livestream as source material. Further info in the link.
we took Lighthaus to the Blake Studio at Norwich School. A great success and total joy to make at LoveLight festival 2022 Day two cancelled by Storm Eunice , reminding us indeed of the power of nature. A lost set reminding us of the power of barcodes and depots. It was a beautiful moment seeing…
A film created for The Voice Project choir using footage filmed by choir members over the course of Lockdown 2020. This is part 1 of a trilogy – We are currently creating material for part 2… coming in 2021.
Watch this HERE on Saturday. Production designer on The World We Knew. We made this in 2017 and it is finally getting it’s release. Filmed in a brilliant location in a field in Marks Tey from Powis Square Pictures. Dir. WW Jones and Luke Skinner
My latest piece of production /costume design for the always wonderful Iain and Jane. Photographs courtesy of Paul Heartfield. If you are in and around Sheffield this weekend – get to the Sheffield #DocFest @sheffdocfest Dir. Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard Lead : George MacKay DOUBLETHINK HERE
Concrete Dreams: new show celebrates Southbank’s history of performance Exclusive: exhibition looks back on London cultural centre’s legacy through 50 years of archive material Chris Wiegand @ChrisWiegand Mon 9 Apr 2018 16.33 BST Last modified on Mon 9 Apr 2018 23.55 BST The Concrete Dreams tour ends with a live performance at Southbank’s Purcell Room. Photograph: Linda Nylind for the…
Klanghaus are embarking on an adventure in exhibition design for the reopening of the Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Rooms. Klanging in concrete once again. I love the Southbank. tickets can be found here . . .
KlangHaus: 800 Breaths is up and running and wowing the audiences at the Royal Festival Hall. Take a look at this RFH Blog post attempting to explain the show. PLEASE NOTE: Audience members will be turned away by RFH staff if they are wearing flip flops or heels as you have to descend a ladder…