Oct – Nov 05, UK tour of Relative with Niki McCretton to Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster; ICIA, Bath; Pheonix Arts, Leicester; Strode Theatre; Bridgwater Arts Centre;
Exeter Pheonix; Scarborough University; The Merlin Theatre, Frome.
Nov 5th, Visuals for FUSE with Cirque Bijou for Bonfire Night celebrations at Edgbaston Cricket ground, Birmingham.
19-22 October 05, Interactive sound installation for MAESC, a site-specifc multi-media performance at Wesley chapel, Bristol, with Polar Produce.
Aug 05, Piano Composition ‘Meteor Shower’ published by Faber music in collection edited by Joanna MacGregor.
July 05, Premiere of new visuals for Powerplant (with percussionist Joby Burgess) at Purcell room, London, at Rhythm Sticks Festival.
23 April 05, Site Specific performance of Relative with Niki McCretton and the people of Morecambe.
Sept-Oct 04, visuals for Red Shifted with Company Q at Pegasus theatre, Oxford and Wickham Theatre, Bristol
May 04, Interactive soundscape for Re:Action with Eshoda Arts at Hotbath Gallery, Bath.
April 04, Exhibition of 1000 Birds at VM Gallery, Pakistan, including 5 week residency supported by British Council.
Oct-Nov 2002 – Visuals for British Council tour of China with pianist Joanna MacGregor, Sound designer Matt Fairclough collaborating with Jin Xing’s Contemporary Dance company.
2002 – tutor on Aldeburgh ‘New Music New Media’ summer school led by Joanna MacGregor
2001- 2002 – Visuals for ‘Street Music’ a tour with pianist Joanna MacGregor and sound artist Matthew Fairclough, toured around Ireland with Irish Contemporary Music Network, and Norway with Rikonserter, plus UK performances at QEH, London and Guiting Power Festival in the Cotswolds.
2000 – 2004 – British Council tour of muti-media show ‘Ultramarine’, visuals and compositions for pianist Joanna MacGregor with sound artist Matt Fairclough, Tour to London, Bath & Salisbury UK; Tallinn, Estonia; Riga, Latvia; Bogata & Medellin, Colombia; Skopja, Macedonia; Belgrade, Serbia;
1999 – Visuals for live concert and 5 new piano pieces composed for Joanna MacGregor for premiere of the multimedia concert Ultramarine, St Mary’s Church, Bath International Music Festival.
1999 – Two permanent public sculptures commissioned by Artsites Birmingham installed at Sheldon Heath and Aston.
July 1998 – Exhibition of Vexations mechanised installation performance of Erik Satie’s durational composition. Including a collaborative live performance event of responses to Vexations with composer Bryn Harrison.
Summer 1998, 1999, 2000 – Temporary site specific sculptures on Hardcastle Craggs for the Hebden Bridge Sculpture Trail