Days in the Shed

January and February have mostly been spent working on projects in the shed with selected days out for lecturing and socialising. After the creative development with Circa in Berlin over new year, the Carnival of the Amazing Animals circus projection animation is underway. Circa will be performing Opus at the Barbican in London next week, so there will be a few days of discussion and rehearsal while they are here. I have been working on the Lil’ Red music video with Stephen Lenman from Skopje. It’s a bleak little tale but highly appropriate content for animating through the dark, wet winter…hoping to complete and launch at the end of February. My PhD research continues with the ongoing development of Two Places I Call Home and A Collected History of Light. Discussions are also underway with Alison Gazzard about our next co-authored paper investigating light, maps, time and rhythm.


A still from the Lil’ Red music video currently in production for Skopje.


Rain dripping from the eaves of the shed is a daily feature in my view of the garden.


Image of the day is randomly selected from my library. Today’s image is from photographer Uta Barth’s book ‘In Between Places’.


A rare sunny morning and a perfect place to sit.