Human Rights in film and art

The Actof Killing

I recently saw the documentary, The Act of Killing and felt compelled to try to articulate what and how it made me feel although I’m not sure that’s entirely possible.  You can find out more about the film including the … Read more »

Install action

Just about finished the install for my exhibition in the Edinburgh Art Festival which opens this Friday the 2nd!  I’ll be showing a new and improved version of An Equilibrium Not of this World which was commissioned by NVA last … Read more »

Working with very clever people

IMPACT, University of Edinburgh yuigyc

As part of the Speed of Light commission, I’ve had the pleasure to cross paths and work with a huge variety of smart, talented folk.

Dr Trudi Gillespie at IMPACT (Image Analysis, Multifoton and Confocal Technologies) at the University … Read more »

It was worth it but never again…

Steadicam - Ben Lomond

I don’t think I’ve ever pushed myself so hard physically in my life or ever been so exhausted as a result.

I had the Steadicam hired for two weeks and during that time did six full days filming in the … Read more »

Ready, Steadicam, Go!

Ready, Steadicam, Go!

My hired Steadicam Pilot arrived from digitalSTAGE this morning so I thought I’d share a wee snippet of my very first wobbly efforts at operating it.  The man leading the way is experienced Steadicam Operator Martin Parry whose showreel is … Read more »

Timelapse-tastic

Timelapse-tastic

Today I spent all afternoon in the Pentlands relaxing in the rare Scottish sunshine while my lovely new Canon XF100 did all the hard work, capturing a few timelapse movies for the Speed of Light commission.

I must say … Read more »

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