What the Neighbours Saw
What The Neighbours Saw gives an insight into one family’s obsession. This story about the Season of Goodwill unfolds into a tale of modern suburban living and the true spirit of Xmas. How much do we really know about our neighbours and what they think about us?
In July 2015 deaf choreographer and dance artist Chisato Minamimura led an experimental one week project which saw the development of a new bespoke score. Working with three professional hearing dancers they explored the visual illustration of instrumentation and music as ‘The Passage of Time in Sound.’ This film documents the process of a deaf led workshop with a focus on sound, movement and the development of verbal and non verbal communication between Chisato and her dancers.
BOOK Music & Lyrics
Promo for BOOK, Music & Lyrics, a UK based programme of ongoing workshops for the creation, crafting and development of musical theatre writing and related specialist skills.
Journey of the Piano Tuner
An intimate, poetic documentary that tells the extraordinary story of Anva Luc and the day that changed his life. Using dreams and memories the film reveals his dramatic journey from Vietnam to a new life in England.
Making Space for Creativity
This film marks the end of a five year research project undertaken at the Brighton University Creativity Centre. The Centre researched aspects of creativity, its effective practice and application & has been researching and developing ways to support creativity in teaching and learning in the classroom and beyond.
The New School - clip
An experimental documentary exploring time, memory and imagination through children's responses to an archive film about the building of their own school. Combining archive and contemporary footage to connect two generations of pupils 40 years apart at Eastergate Junior School, near Chichester.
A documentary including participant music & animation. The Sprungdigi workshop at Lighthouse Brighton was devised to help learning disabled young adults and community to access creative ways to express their lives using digital creativity.
Laughing & Shouting - clip
Observational documentary about the now closed Futcher Special School in Portsmouth, UK. Focussing on the teaching methods, love, care and respect between teachers, assistants and pupils.
Sprung Digi Horsham Festival
Horsham hosted it's first ever free digital arts festival featuring the work of learning disabled people, so often excluded from the creative & social benefits of digital technology. SprungDigi Festival was the first of its kind, featuring digital interactive artworks using music, film, mapping, gaming & performances around the town centre, created by learning disabled groups from the area.
Exploring Community University Partnerships
South East Coastal Communities was a demonstrator project to encourage knowledge exchange between nine universities and their communities across the South East England coastal region. Bringing together academics, community practitioners, students, service users and community members to address areas of local and national concern in relation to enhancing health and wellbeing.
The Expert View - clip
In 2014 Daily Life Ltd delivered a series of drawing workshops in East London. The aim was to explore 'expertise' and to come up with a new way of measuring it. Responding to Bobby Baker's Diary Drawings, participants reflected on expertise and their own experiences around art, daily life and their own mental health.
The Neil Cowley Trio - In The Studio
Observational documentary about the Neil Cowley Trio recording sessions for the ‘Radio Silence’ album. Stereo sound mix.
In June 2015, deaf choreographer Chisato Minamimura staged a one week development dance lab working with digital animator Dave Packer and digital sound artist Wesley Goatley. A simple score was shared with a diversity of disabled dancers who were encouraged to improvise and create their own beautiful visualisations in the moment.
Our Place Workshop - clip
The Sprungdigi 'Our Place' digital workshop at QE11 school in Horsham, exploring the creative use of digital technology to enhance the life of learning disabled users.
Chisato Minamimura app
This app showcases the work, and working processes, of choreographer Chisato Minamimura. As a Deaf artist, she has a unique approach to choreography – creating what she calls ‘visual sound/ music’. DOWNLOAD THE APP https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/minamimura/id1002028577
Nick Cave - The Weeping Song - clip
Music Video clip for Nick Cave 'The Weeping Song'
Soho - Hippychick
Music video for Soho 'Hippychick'
Edwyn Collins - Don't Shilly Shally - clip
Music Video clip for Edwyn Collins 'Don't Shilly Shally'
Emptifish - Surfboard
Music Video for Emptifish 'Surfboard.' A day in the life of English south coast punk surf band Emptifish.
Apple Boutique - Love Resistance
Music video for Creation Records