I decided to break these 100 days down into weekly projects looking at specific topics or techniques
Week 10: This week, 19th - 25th October, I decided to have a week of reflection and celebrate some of the absolute stoating projects and jobs I have had the pleasure to be part of - what a great week!
This one is from 2012 - a wonderful project I was hired to lead and mentor, working with the Deaf Youth Theatre, Solar Bear and GMAC Film to make a short animation, Star Gazer
Smudge - blood origins diagram
These images are from the second pitch I worked with all-female animation company Smudge DigitalI drew these images when my mum had been going through chemo over several years and i had undertaken a lot of online learning about cancer and various treatments
Smudge - chemo sketch
Smudge - aspidistra
Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre
It was my great pleasure to collaborate with Sharmanka in 2011 to lead a series of public workshops to create articulated shadow puppets based on elements of Eduard's fantastic moving sculptures
ALWAYS USE UNITS OF MEASUREMENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!One of my all time favourite jobs (but they have all been fantastic with this bunch! ) working with Once Were FarmersClick on the image to see the BBC films
Purple TV - Andrew Mitchell
I had the amazing chance to work with Margot McCuaig at Purple TV in 2017 on the documentary about 3rd Lanark football clubNot only was the work fun and challenging, but there was a film premiere at the GFT with all the stars. Brilliant stuff!
Purple TV - Simon Weir
Govanhill Baths drawing classes
I have to say how much I enjoyed working with this amazing bunch of folk Govanhill Baths Community TrustThe amount of good humour was second to none. And I am so grateful the groups were happy to go along with my mad-cap teaching style. We had so much fun - thanks!
Commissioned Comedy for Glasgow International Comedy Festival
This event brings performers together to present work all on the same topic. The topic is chosen by comedy genius Lien Malkolmsen and given to the performers 2 weeks in advance of the show.Click on the image to see a film, called Stars, made afterwards based on a live performance I collaborated on with Innes Smith for the 2015 festival.
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