Camera Operator – Holocaust Memorial Day
Director and Editor – Bare With Me
Camera Operator – Rise – The Story Of Augustines
Guide Dogs – Nells story
Dark Skinned Girls – Directed by Marian Edusei
Martha’s Story – Fashion and Textile Children’s Trust
Jolly Joggers – Mind
300 Heads – by Erin Bolens
Save The Children
Ride London – Mind the mental health charity
British Red Cross- Marzia’s Story
British Red Cross – International Refugee Week
Hemis Monastery – Himalayas
East Durham Creates – Voiceover
Yoga On The Lane
Listeners Project – Poetry
Erin Bolens reads 300 heads as part of Listeners Project
Listeners Project – Year Review
Listeners Project – BBC Television Centre
The Listeners Project is a film challenge that uses soon to change and often iconic buildings to make 4 short films. I’m fortunate enough to film the behind the scenes with producer Natasha Coleman to build a story and show the future plans for whichever location Listeners Project has managed to find. In this case it was BBC Television Centre, and to be one of the last people to film surrounded by such walls will forever be a stand out feeling.
Rethink Mental Illness – Ernestine’s Story
Ernestine’s story was a short film me and producer Natasha Coleman filmed and edited for Postcard Productions. Rethink Mental illness wanted to speak to Ernestine, Rethink’s very first member, about her motivations to leave a legacy.
Looking For The Perfect Stroke
Dutch artist Niels ‘Shoe’ Meulman has been commissioned by Lindisfarne Gospels Durham to create 5 original pieces of work across the North East, based on the words and imagery of the Lindisfarne Gospels book. Meulman is an international artist and graphic designer who designs large scale calligraphic work in the built environment. For the Gospels, Meulman created 5 pieces of work at 5 sites across the North East from 4 August 2013.
Jane Moore – Sketch A Day
Jane Moore, a London based artist, made a New Year’s resolution to sketch something every day for a year. In January 2015 all 365 sketches formed an exhibition in Hackney. The exhibition itself was opened to other forms of creative expression that included musicians, poets and workshops for schools across the community.
The makers of the Sketch a day project would like to thank the wonderful staff at Shapes Hackney – Seb Glover, Selena Grogan, Vidhi Gandhi, James Rail, Stef Core, Lucy Mason from the HEYA Collective who partnered with the Sketch A Day Project for the Live Poetry and Music Day, and thanks to the hugely talented Poets and Musicians who collaborated with us and performed – Andrew M Pisanu, Peter Black, Luke Norton, Carl Burkitt, MIRI, Maverick & Malachi, Papa Stokely, Miss Higgins DIY, Aretes, Lyllou Christie and Jack Tyson Charles