One minute Berlin rain

Minute of Listening is a creative learning project through which Sound and Music hopes to enable every child in the country to gain access to a huge diversity of music and sound and, for sixty seconds each day, to focus on the richness and enjoyment of the act of listening. I am very happy to be…

The Colored Museum at the V&A

The Colored Museum is a thought-provoking, satirical show that has delighted and discomforted audiences since it was written by George C. Wolfe in America in 1986. Director: Don Warrington Set/Costume designer: Jonathan Fensom Lighting designer: Jason Taylor Musical director: Dominique Le Gendre Sound designer: Joseph Young Taking place in a cultural museum, the 11 living ‘exhibits’ explore African-American identity in…

RNIB Culturelink

I’m currently working on a commission for RNIB Culturelink –  a pilot collaboration with seven museums in the West Midlands to improve creative access to museum and gallery collections for visually impaired people. I’ve been at Tate Modern all day documenting a number of responses to the existing Tate Collections from the participating museum curators, and it’s been a wonderfully inspiring event. I…

Architecture Inside Out

Back in 2008, I was asked by visual artist Rachel Gadsden to help document Architecture Inside Out –  a unique collaborative project between disabled artists and architects, led by Zoe Partington-Solinger. Myself and film artist Abigal Norris captured the various collaborations at Tate Modern and Woking Lightbox and produced two artists’ films as a response. Make Your Mark from Abbie Norris on Vimeo. The project continued in 2010/11,…