Photographs courtesy of Peter Martin and Bloc Projects
My Relic installation pictured here is from Bloc Project’s Members Show. The exhibition is finished and the gallery remains closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. I realised it was strangely fitting to think of these obsolete seeming tools on hidden display.
On my way home from the first day of Aesthetica’s FUTURE NOW Symposium. The programme has been so stimulating. The combination of panel discussions, keynotes and one to one sessions makes for a really engaging experience. I was lucky to have two extremely-useful portfolio reviews. They were with Lottie Davies and Pierre Saurisse. Both were generous, enthusing and thoughtful and have given me ideas and directions to pursue I’d not previously seen.
A professional and personal development lab for women in the film industry set on the Isle of Tiree
In September I was incredibly lucky to produce Sea Change Development Lab. I worked with Jen Skinner who runs Screen Argyll and founded Sea Change. Jen had a clear vision to bring talented women together in a wonderful setting. She worked with the wonderfully generous community of people and businesses on the island to create a unique and nourishing environment.
Being surrounded by such a phenomenal and intelligent group of women was such an amazing feeling of support
The My Story sessions were great , because it gave every single person a chance to present themselves in a way of their choosing
I’ve found it very hard to express to anyone at home exactly why and how it was such an incredible and impactful experience