It was a real pleasure to be on the Starting Up for Social Impact panel at Edinburgh Startup Festival held at University of Edinburgh Business School!
Thank you Jo Holtan for having me, it was wonderful to meet some great minds and talent.
Come along to The University of Edinburgh's Start Up Festival on the 8th March to learn about the realities and myths surrounding social enterprise businesses.
I'll be talking about Game Dr. on the 'Starting up for social impact' panel at 11:15 along with a group of inspirational business heroes!
Well done to all of our excellent team. A tremendous amount of hard work and enthusiasm went into this project.
From the beginning of production, this team has functioned like a small family dedicated to antibiotic resistance education.
A special thanks to the wonderful dancers..
Tom Wohlfahrt - Antibiotic
Sofie Strandberg - E. coli
Chloe Schiphorst - Lactobacillus
Juan Barton - Klebsiella
Kaja Jurkowska - Bacteroides
Thank you all for making this film a success!
My short film I Am Disorder will be showing at the Out of Sight/Out of Mind exhibition at Summerhall from tomorrow along with many other films and artworks inspired by and in support of mental health. Come along to have your perception challenged and show your support! #WorldMentalHeathDay
Event details HERE
Very recently I had the pleasure of taking up the role of Art Director for Game Dr's newest educational science game app created for Aberdeen University.
Check out Killer Fungus: Evolution at the Killer Fungus exhibition at the Royal Society Summer Exhibition, London from Monday 4th to Sunday 10th July!
Event details here.
Yes it's finally here! My latest film project, Antibiotic Apocalypse is now available in all it's glory to watch online.
This film is the product of an amazing collaboration of scientists and creatives to make an innovative short film exploring antibiotic resistance through dance, which is not only a visual delight but has an important educational health message for the public.
The official public release date for Antibiotic Apocalypse has finally been announced! Tune in to watch our innovative short film designed to raise awareness of antibiotic resistance on Hand Hygiene Day, May 5th 2016.
Our first public screening of Antibiotic Apocalypse was a huge success! Many thanks to The Banshee Labyrinth for having us! Apologies to the people that could not get into the cinema because we were beyond capacity. We will be having more screenings soon! Keep checking back for dates and locations.
Thank you to everyone who came along, we loved how engaged the audience were with the Q&A. Please click the image above to see the photographs from the evening. A huge thank you to photographers Stacey Portelly and Drew Johnson for the great snaps!
Inside Yester Castle which, legend has it, was built by goblins! I loved doing a little bit of acting again, playing the "shadow figure" (The creepy one with the mask in the corner). Looking forward to seeing the video! Directed by Simon Price.
The Antibiotic Apocalypse is upon us...
Our widespread ABUSE of antibiotics has resulted in the emergence of resistant bacteria, which are no longer susceptible to these therapies.
In an attempt to showcase this major health concern... Game Dr, Siam Colvine and Little City Pictures have teamed up to deliver an innovative short film, combining science with creativity, design and dance to portray the causes and problems behind antibiotic resistance.
This film is designed to help raise awareness on this issue and make our audience value antibiotics for future health and generations.
Stop the resistance.
ANTIBIOTIC APOCALYPSE IS COMING TO YOU IN MAY 2016
WATCH THIS SPACE