Theatre and Site-specific

2013 – Theatre Design for To Kill a Machine, Scriptography Productions, Wales.

Theatre Set designed to reflect the brilliant abstract mind of ostracised ‘Code Genius’ Alan Turing.  A new play by Catrin Fflur Huws about the wartime code-breaker Alan Turing, whose pioneering work considered whether a machine could think. At the heart of the play is a powerful love story which questions the meaning of humanity, and the importance of freedom.

Link to Publicity Stills from production by photographer Keith Morris.

2013 – Chester Performs

Designed, built and produced entirely in Chester, three productions were staged over nine weeks in the heart of the city. Set Construction

2008 Cafe Seren

Twelve volt venue and cafe – solar stage and solar cinema for weddings and festivals – designed by Reuben Hayward. Construction and Rigging Co-ordinator

2001 Mind-ship – Free-Form Arts Trust

Method, devising, and fabrication of the Mindship, concieved by Artist Brigit Hegarty. Wooden space-frame site-specific public art, installed in Touchwood shopping centre, Solihull. Built in-suspension in Hackney, East London. An unfathomable maze of empirical tensile engineering.

2000 Wellcome Wing. National Science Museum

Educational video for the new Wellcome Wing of the National Science Museum. The sci-fi-esque project of creating the inside of a cell of the Human Body, a gigantic ‘free-radical’, and other surreal visual notions. Not a huge project, but interesting to be part of the world of science. My First ‘Production Desigin