Creating socially engaged projects with moving image, immersive exhibitions and community participation

Simon Daykin, Director of Wells Maltings Trust

 Angela and James Tubbs, audience at the Video Art Film Club, Leyden Gallery

Mary Blue Brady, Arts & Heritage Learning Manager of Wells Maltings Trust

Hysterical Females screened in 2018 at Leyden Gallery, London, Royal Holloway University, Ilfracombe Film Festival, Vane Gallery, Newcastle, The Old Red Bus Station, Leeds, 35 Chapel Walk Gallery, Sheffield and St James' Wine Vaults, Bath. 

'Just wanted to say we saw Hysterical Females last night at Leyden gallery in London and loved it. Just rewatched it and wanted to say thank you to you- it is technically superb, with wonderful sentiments and out of the many films at the gallery, it really stood out'                             

​An award winning piece.  It is a funny, moving, creative, soulful piece and I am delighted to have had the opportunity to work with you.’'

Water Marks was commission in 2018 by  Wells Maltings Trust. The heritage film looked at 150 years of local history, using archival materials, own photography, footage and textures. Water Marks  is screening at Wells Maltings, Wells-next-the sea, North Norfolk.

​''The film is – quite frankly – stunning... hugely accessible, evocative, charming and beautiful. I can see our visitors being captivated and entertained hugely.’'

What clients say

Outstanding design process, strong execution and excellent presentation... playful yet powerful collage concept – laced with urgent messages – loved the clarity, as well as the surreal elements and excellent work on the soundscape​.''

RSA Student Design Awards – Shortlisted

Striving for Perfection was shortlisted for the RSA Moving Image award.  Tiffany Dufu author of Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less urges women to embrace imperfections & expect less of themselves. The video is communicated through women's magazines & adverts. 

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The War is Over was commissioned by Ipswich Museum  and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The film focuses on the home front, looking at how local people responded emotionally to the ending of WWI. The Armistice project engaged with the community recording dialogue and delivering sound & visual workshops with the outcomes included in the film.