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 respond emotionally to the ending of WWI. The Ipswich and the Armistice project engaged with the community recording dialogue and delivering sound and visual workshops with the outcomes included in the film.
Water Marks was commission 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 YAG House was commissioned by North Lincolnshire Museum. The animation focuses on Scunthorpe Youth Centre, using archival materials and recorded dialogue from Scunthorpe memories group. The animation was created for the museum's temporary exhibition Iron Youth: Sunthorpe's Teenage Stories, which runs from 12th October 2019.
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 and adverts.
So what next? is an animation and graphic design commissioned by the Alumni Department at the Norwich University of the Arts. This is to promote an event for new graduates and highlight the Ideas Factory is there to support them should they need it.
Making East London: past present & future was commissioned by University College of London. The animation responds to their recent project Making East London, which includes oral histories and archives.
For each project graphic design services ranging are available from designing DVD covers, posters, social media graphics, brochures and gifs.
Designs can be developed on a larger scale, creating artwork for signage, cutouts and interpretation panels.
Illustrations from projects can be adapted to all types of merchandise ranging from cushions, mirrors, bags, notebooks and greeting cards. These can originate from archival materials or artefacts.
Characters are developed using archival imagery or textures, mark making and printmaking. Models are also photographed which can be seen in A Mermaid's Melody book and Gallery collections.
The mermaid book is available to purchase on Etsy store.
The illustrations are ideal for marketing and interpretation. For moving image projects artwork can be adapted for other uses such as maps and posters.
Some of the illustrations are available to purchase on Etsy store.
Themes range from the life of Agatha Christie, fairy tales, Medieval churches, the kings and queens of England and war evacuees, internationally exhibited at Empire State Building, Science Museum & Somerset House.
The collections are available to purchase on Artfinder.