As part of #timetotalk day today, here’s a new version of Void, a song and film that aims to raise awareness of mental health. This film explores the themes of suicide and captures the essence of a state of mind. Let’s continue the conversation about mental health and support people who are facing difficulties. Let’s be open and strong in order to eliminate stigma, and celebrate creativity in our community.
Thank you to those who made this project possible.
A good, energetic start to 2019 with a Dance, Drama, Sound and Film collaboration. Ymladd explores the connections and creative possibilities between dance and boxing. The project, which has been an explosive collaboration between dance and boxing communities, aims to give voice to women’s boxing in Wales, and to celebrate the female experience of combative forms of training, using boxing technique as a physical vocabulary for dance.
Watch the film, and the shadow concept brought to the performance by the film maker. I’d be delighted to hear your comments.
I thoroughly enjoyed working in the studio with the lights, lens kit and ladder, along with the dancers and colleagues at USW.
There will be another performance in early April, along with continued work on the boxing documentary.
An uplifting song and music video filmed on a sunny day in Barry Island!
This music video captures the essence of an uplifting song I wrote and performed about a day of adventure. Thanks to Trystan Hardy, Dylan Fowler of Taith and Tim Rivers for all the work, encouragement and playing.
I’m delighted to share that I will be presenting GLAS | BLUE as a Creative Visual work at the International Conference on Television, Video, Audio, New Media, and Feminism in Bournemouth on Thursday 12th July. It’s an honour to be a part of such an inspiring programme of what I’m sure will be an invigorating few days.
I’m extremely excited to announce that a film I’ve produced and directed for the National Trust house at Llanerchaeron will be launched on May 3rd, and the exhibition, including the film, can be seen from May until October.
It’s been a privilege and a joy to be a part of ‘Petticoats of Power’ which, in 2018, marks one hundred years after some women got the right to vote for the first time. Celebrating these powerful women by throwing light on their achievements and their lives has been a powerful experience. Women’s stories have often stood in the shadows at National Trust properties, as many did not own land in their own right, yet many of these women have important stories to tell that show how power comes in many forms and often does not require legal recognition to be used effectively.
The film encounters five dynamic stories of women who lived at Llanerchaeron.