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Anish Kapoor, from the Arts Council Collection

Specialising in production of short documentaries featuring artists and specialists in the latest digital and creative technologies.

A two screen video installation as part of an Easter event at the Princess of Wales Conservatory at Kew Gardens.Recent videos have included interviews with Anish Kapoor, Grayson Perry and Jeremy Deller for Manchester Art Gallery, Liverpool BIennial, as well as a series of works for the Imperial War Museum’s permanent exhibitions.

Festival credits include AND Festival (Manchester, UK), Salford Film Festival, FutureEverything, Flexiff, CINEWEST (Sydney, Australia) and the Flying Broom International Women’s Film Festival (Ankara, Turkey).

Live work includes filming the world premier of Sir John Tavener’s Three Shakespear Sonnets

 

On Friday the 15th November 2013 Curated Place and the South Iceland Chamber Choir presented a concert at Southwark Cathedral that brought an evening of world premieres to London. Alongside a programme of Tavener’s music the programme included work from young Icelandic composers, including Kjartan Sveinsson of Sigur Rós fame, and British star Jack White’s new work “Islands (Ynysoedd)” produced through our residency programme “Collaborative Compositions” with Sound and Music and Arts Council England.

The Three Shakespeare Sonnets came to serve as an emotional memorial to the composer Sir John Tavener.

Celebrating landscape and literature in Shakespeare’s own place of worship the concert took on enormous significance following the death of Tavener in the week preceding.

With the death of Sir John Tavener the choir lost one of its most captivating voices. Planned months in advance of the composers passing in November 2013 the South Iceland Chamber Choir performed the world premiere of a work dedicated to the group which the composer credited with restoring his musical inspiration after previous ill health.

Young Rewired State 2013 at Manchester Digital Laboratory

 

I am known throughout the film world as compere for Manchester’s open-mic film night Filmonik and Kabaret, BAFTA’s Film and Music Stage at Latitude Festival and the London Short Film Festival.