Northern Eutierria. See and hear artists talk about their creative practice through the pandemic and how life and their work has changed. With Kane Cunningham I made three short films for Ryedale Folk Museum in their Northern Eutierria series, a project funded by Arts Council England. Read more about this project on Ryedale Folk Museum's website.

Ayton Castle, Rosedale Mines and Railways: video. During the Covid-19 pandemic, I have collaborated with Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society to produce two video tours of Ayton Castle and Rosedale Mines and Railways.

Owen in Scarborough. Wilfred Owen spent six of the last twelve months of his short life in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. My research explores how Owen interacted with the people, spaces and places he found in Scarborough in 1917/1918 and how these elements influenced and formed both Owen as a person and his emerging creative practice as a poet. I use psycho-geography, photography, sound, video and archaeological observation as part of my research and responses to Owen in Scarborough (2006 onwards).

ReFraming History. Two short films made with Dr Paul Elsam that examine Richard III in York and the massacre of the medieval Jewish Community in York (2017).

Extreme Watercolour. Five short films about artist Kane Cunningham. Click on the links to view the films on YouTube:EW1, EW2, EW4 and EW5. Old Town Films with Kane Cunningham and John Pattison (2014-2017)

Madres de Plaza de Mayo: video, digital prints (part of An Exhibition of Contemporary Art curated by Kane Cunningham, Triton Gallery, Sledmere July 2011). The exhibition of photographs and this video represent a first attempt to make sense of what happened, of what I felt and experienced in la Plaza de Mayo that Thursday afternoon in Buenos Aries, March 2011.

Cinemarché: a free one-day cinematic pop-up event that showed artist's films in non-gallery spaces inside the beautiful Scarborough Market Hall. A selection of images can be viewed here (October 2011).

Artists in the Archive: Mesolithic Interventions; video (a Geodesic Arts project funded by Creative York, York Museums Trust; York Art Gallery 19th April 2010 to 2nd May 2010).

Me Myself and MRI: video (a Geodesic Arts project funded by the Wellcome Trust, ACE, Sightsonic, Creative York, Dana Foundation, York NeuroImaging Centre, and the University of York; National Science Learning Centre York March 2009, Impressions Gallery Bradford April 2009, York District Hospital May to July 2009).

Northern Lights: digital prints (Saltaire Arts Trail, Saltaire Festival September 2008).

54o48”: video, digital prints, sound installation (YoMu Festival York 2007 project funded by ACE and City of York Council).

Sense of Place: sound and light installation (Bootham Bar, York, with Dr Damian Murphy, University of York and Mark Hildred, IMS Ltd, funded by York Renaissance Group, January to April 2006).

And I felt your skin close to mine: video (Sightsonic, York International Festival of Digital Arts, 2003).

Hearts and Minds: digital prints and text (York College of Further and Higher Education April 2003).

Heart Pills: digital print and text (part of Medicine for the Soul, project initiated and curated by Graham Martin, March 2003).

Conflicting Bodies: video and text (exhibition, bookwork, and CD project initiated and curated by James Rose, 2003).

About Me About You: digital prints and text (City Screen, York, solo exhibition, September 2002).

In the Absence of Eros: video and text (City Screen, York, June 2002).

Asia’s Dream: text and digital print (project initiated and curated by Christine Fowler, March 2002).