A hand shadow production

A new collaboration with shadowgrapher Drew Colby, Finger and Thumb Theatre, for ‘My Shadow and Me. The show will premiere on 16th September 2017 at Junction, Goole.

We created a lovely trailer and as we’re gearing up to the premiere in Goole, we’re also planning a tour for 2017/2018.

Here’s the trailer – enjoy!


Shadowgraphy  – or “cinema in silhouette” as some may call it – is an artform that presents audiences mesmerising and playful performances by creating shadow images of anyone and anything using the performer’s hands: “in Drew Colby’s hands the artform is a source of comedy, beauty and wonder.”

For updates on the show and touring details, you can contact me directly here.

Read more: www.shadowgraphy.co.uk

New project on inclusive tourism

Currently working on ‘visits4u’, an 18-month project on inclusive tourism, led by the Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE).

The project received a co-financing grant by the COSME Programme (2014 – 2020) of the European Union, following a successful bid I submitted on behalf of CAE in 2015.

visits4u was launched in July 2016. It aims to improve user experience and sustain inclusive design in tourism across seven European partners: Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Spain and the UK.

Published article in the Access by Design journal, Issue 146, in PDF and WORD (text only), written by Foteini Galanopoulou, Project Manager for CAE.

Read more: www.visits4u.eu

A changing landscape. Pause till further notice

The 1960s’ industrial building on Cremer Street that has been home to the late-opening events locked its doors on 3rd March 2016. It will be demolished, alongside adjacent buildings, to make way for a new development, which it is said to include a 20-storey tower block. Resident artists and creative agencies had to evacuate the premises in search of a new affordable London studio. Inevitably, filmpro lates have been affected and the showcase / event potential at the filmpro office are yet to be confirmed.

In the meantime, get in touch to be added to the mailing list or if you have an art project you’d like to showcase.

Before you leave this page, it is worth checking Lotta’s post, a moving piece about the soon-to-disappear artists’ studios on Cremer Street.

Doctors, injections and bubbles at ZombieyeZ!

The final event for 2015 was a truly exciting roller coster, working closely with Extant, a professional performing arts company of visually impaired people. Extant premiered their film called ‘Z EyeZ’, the final product of an impromptu collaboration with other visually impaired theatre companies when they met at the ‘2013 Blind in Theatre Festival’ in Zagreb.

Z eyeZ poster. An eye chart with letters Z, EYE, Z

Z eyeZ poster. An eye chart with letters Z, EYE, Z

It was no coincidence that the event date was the 3rd December, the UN’s International Day of Disabled People. The film itself offered a witty insight into attitudes towards visual impairment, blending science (through the power of bubbles!) and perceptions of sight restoration. 

This time, the space was converted into a clinic, the London branch of Zagreb’s Sloboda Clinic! Staff included a nurse at reception and three doctors whose names were no cause of concern: Dr What, Dr Witch and Dr Wherever!

Dr Witch's desk ready to welcome patients

Dr Witch’s desk ready to welcome patients

The event was an absolute thrill and this excellent review by Extant says it all:



New event with Extant!

Excited to be working with Extant,  for the next event, on Thursday 3 December!

Extant, leading professional performing arts company of visually impaired people, will be premiering a presentation in London where the results of a recent exciting medical research will be unveiled.

‘Z eyeZ’ will present first-hand the progress of a revolutionary research conducted in collaboration with the Sloboda Clinic in Croatia, who specialise in pioneering surgery techniques and drug treatments and are dedicated to better eye health.

Z eyeZ poster. An eye chart with letters Z, EYE, Z

Z eyeZ poster. An eye chart with letters Z, EYE, Z

Details about the event and how to book:


(Having seen myself some of the first results,  I must admit it is definitely pioneering…).