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.
Six editorial illustrations were created for Wellcome Collection's online publishing platform, coinciding with articles on a female's perspectives based in Southern India of epilepsy. The montages were created from the imagery taken from their online archive library.
The War is Over focuses on the home front, looking at how local people respond emotionally to the ending of WWI. The project engaged with the community, through interviews and workshops. The film was commissioned by Ipswich Museum and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Water Marks looked at 150 years of local history, using archival materials, own photography, footage and textures. The heritage film was commission by Wells Maltings Trust.
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.
Llywelyn the Last retells the story of the last Welsh prince of Wales through collage animation and will be projected on the walls of a castle dungeon from March 2020. This current project is for National Trust Chirk Castle.
The YAG House focuses on Scunthorpe Youth Centre, using archival materials and recorded dialogue from Scunthorpe memories group. The animation was commissioned by North Lincolnshire Museum.
Making East London: past present & future responds to the project Making East London, using oral histories and archives. The animation was commissioned by University College of London.
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Sound Designer, Editor & Advisor
Peter has 30 years of experience in sound and music, ranging from audio restoration & editing to sound sourcing and musical composition. His background is in French horn, guitar and music technology. He particularly loves genres that are innovative and evolving.
Digital Artist & Programmer
Will programmes computers to create brightly coloured, playful, digital interactives targeting people of all ages & abilities. His projects bring people together, forging connections and affording them a moment to play, leaving them with lasting memories of novel playful experiences. Hurt’s work has been exhibited around the world due to its stand-out aesthetic, engaging immediacy and technical resilience.
Voice Over Artist, Writer & Actor
David started treading the boards when he began his ghost walk business in 2006. He has been involved in plays, pantomimes & musicals. His favourite role is playing the baddie King Rat in Dick Whittington. He is also great at creative writing.
Filmmaker & Workshop Facilitator
Kellen is skilled in film, television, public relations & broadcasting. He has strong operations skills and studied BA in Film and Television Production at Brunel University and an MA (distinction) in Moving Image and Sound at Norwich University of the Arts .