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RÅFILM short documentary

In 2016 i was awarded travel bursary to network with like minded people in the same field as me. Even through it didn’t necessarily need to document my trip, I couldn’t help myself. So click on the vimeo link below to see what I got up to.

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Job Awards

RSA Morton Award

The Morton Award (£5,000) is for artists working in a lens-based media in Scotland

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Collaboration – A control Freak Free Zone

Myself and Artist Rachel Ramchurn have been discovering the delights of collaborating, although we may both agree the writing of funding bids falls into the ‘not so delightful’ area. The ‘A Pocketful of Treasures’ event we ran on the Fallowfield […]

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#2: Travels of Sketches – Lust for Life and Van Gogh

Lust for Life  Release date: 17th September, 1956 Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Over my summer break, I have took an interest in watching this film, based on the 1934 novel of the same name by Irving Stone (1903-1989), and it focuses on […]

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International Women’s Day in Cambridge

I had such a lovely time back as an alumna at King’s College Cambridge, with fellow artists Joanna Jones and Helen Lindon. Despite the not-ideal screening conditions – the curtains just would not move and probably had not been closed for years […]

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Platform – Autumn and the next chapter

I wish I could really enjoy this moment; to be able to have space in my head for absorbing all I know I learnt from this project. But right now my mind is somewhere else… Platform-Autumn is finally edited and […]

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A Parable for Endeavour goes to Cambridge

A Parable for Endeavour, a collaborative film made with Joanna Jones and Helen Lindon is being previewed at my old college, King’s College Cambridge on 11 March for International Women’s Day. Watch the trailer. Website

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Job Competitions

2017 Harvest Short Film Competition

The 2017 Harvest Film Festival is hosting a competition of short films on the themes of farming, food and land. A selection of submissions will be showcased at the festival, to be held at Lower Hewood Farm in early November 2017, and will then tour a venue in London.

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reflecting

since the weekend i’ve been reflecting about the film.  it’s reached the stage of being online and viewed by invitation.  this is part of the research into reactions to a non linear film. for this project i drew upon my experience […]

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Platform – Summer: too easy?!

I like the look I’ve achieved with the Platform – Summer, not sure about the editing though but very happy with the colours and texture the digital pinhole has created. I think the longer version is definitely more interesting than […]

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happy to update

i am very happy to write this update about the film project.   for those of you new to the blog, let me give you some background. i have a commission from derby silk mill museum to make a non […]

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Platform – Spring: the final cut

As I mentioned on my previous entry: … Platform-Spring has been a hard making process so far. I’m blending the images frame by frame and am allowing my daily insights to take over. The problem is that these insights change […]

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what is it (2)

what will the world make of it ?  i posed this question at the end of my last post.  in working towards completing the k film based on the silk mill museum, i’ve found myself asking of myself … what […]

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what is it

with a need to finish this project soon, i’ve had to work on it again today.  working at home while the family are around can be a challenge if the work i’m doing requires a lot of attention.  fortunately for […]

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first draft – proof of concept

while i write this post the team at the silk mill are viewing a first draft of the film, i expect them to have a lot of feedback and reaction. preparing a draft has been really helpful this week to […]

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Homecoming meeting to report back from my Montreal Trip

I had a meeting with Prudence Maltby and Susan Francis the other two founder members of Cicatrix. Toby Smith, the director of the Salisbury International Arts Festival has been approached about showing Catherine Farish’s Stonehenge series of prints in the 2017 […]

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