Over 1300 people attended the Open Studios event this weekend and it was great to welcome visitors to my new experimental space at 36 Lime Street, Ouseburn, Newcastle upon Tyne. The studio has no windows, yet I was delighted to find that many visitors believed the space was flooded with natural light. I demonstrated a range of lighting ideas including projection and the illuminated screen shown here, that changes colour depending upon your angle of view and in response to the general ambient lighting conditions. It was great to discuss the phenmenon of light with so many people and to get feedback on my experimental work.
Great to take part in this event with critical care doctor, Edel Mcauley. We presented our work to a multi-disciplinary audience of over 400
Watching the colours of daylight – waking to some amazing mornings these February/March days. Clear skies and warm hues slowly changing to a blue-white light. In HDU at James Cook University Hospital, I am recreating this experience for a long-term patient who does not get to see the sky from her room. The shift in colour is working really well and the patient is enjoying the experience of sunset, too, each evening.