Commissioned by Ipswich Museum and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund to create a film, which focuses on the home front, looking at how local people responded emotionally to the ending of WWI. The project includes engaging with the community recording dialogue and delivering sound & visual workshops with the outcomes included in the film.
Simon Daykin, Director of Wells Maltings Trust
Mary Blue Brady, Arts & Heritage Learning Officer of Wells Maltings Trust
''I think this is an award winning piece. Several times throughout the film I noticed goosebumps on my arm. It is a funny, moving, creative, soulful piece and I am delighted to have had the opportunity to work with you.’'
Recently completed a commission for Wells Maltings Trust to create a film, which looked at 150 years of local heritage, using archival materials, own photography, footage and textures. Water Marks screens from July onwards at Wells next the sea, Norfolk.
''The film is – quite frankly – stunning. You’ve not only captured the spirit of the brief, but have also created something that is hugely accessible, evocative, charming and beautiful. I can see our visitors being captivated and entertained hugely.’'
''The panel was extremely impressed by the standard of your work and by you as an individual, and commented in particular on your outstanding design process, strong execution and excellent presentation. They applauded your playful yet powerful collage concept – laced with urgent messages – and loved the clarity of your animation, as well as the surreal elements and your excellent work on the soundscape.''
RSA Student Design Awards – Shortlisted
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'We found her video animation to be incredibly charming, and rich with both visual and political detail. Hysterical Females, marks the 100th anniversary of the Representation of People Act 1918, which allowed (some) women over the age of thirty to vote in the UK for the first time' Melanie Kyles, Curator of WO/ exhibition.