The Dark Mirror

Triple projector theatre installation, live camera, live tracking. Barbican Theatre, UK, Lincoln Center, New York, Shanghai Grand Theater, Perth International Festival, National Theater of Taichung. Filmed on location in Northern Finland and at Spring Studios, London.

 

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Atthis

Triple projection onto floor and suspended disc, movement triggers. Filming, rendering, all lighting and live performance, for Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.

“AN EXTRAORDINARY FUSION OF SOUND AND VISION” INDEPENDENT

 

 

Alice In Wonderland

Multiple projector, single backdrop screen, moving hand held screens, animation, 3D animation, mapping, live performance, studio filming. Illustrations by the incredible Ralph Steadman. Los Angeles Philharmonic, Los Angeles Opera, Barbican, London

“A SHOW OF ALL THE TALENTS” INDEPENDENT

 

US Minimalists

Projection, monitors, super8, live sound, live camera, tiggers. Recreation of 1968 art concert of Philip Glass, Steve Reich and contemporaries. Concert installation with London Sinfonietta as part of Landmarks series.

Curlew River

Triple projector performance installation in church. External video mapping onto church exterior. Footage filmed on location in Suffolk, UK. For Barbican, London and Lincoln Center, New York.

“FAULTLESS” TELEGRAPH

A Living Thing

Triple projection on mapped sail screens, double sided, animation, film and live performance. For Los Angeles Philharmonic, Walt Disney Concert Hall tenth anniversary, with Frank Gehry.

“A MAGICAL, RINGING SALUTE” LA TIMES

 

Impossible Brilliance

Film and video projection, live performance, archive footage, studio filming, live camera. With London Sinfonietta.

The Seafarer

Three month installation in the subterranean corridors and boiler room of Royal Festival Hall, for South Bank Festival. Video installation, text, book print and graphic design.

Everlasting Light

Large scale site specific external projection mapping, live concert, and other external video installations, (video, super8 film, outdoor monitors) at Sizewell nuclear power station.

“MAKES WHAT NORMALLY GOES ON IN THEATRES, GALLERIES AND CONCERT HALLS LOOK TAME AND PREHISTORIC” TIMES