LIVE PROJECT: Haylo Theatre

I met Hayley and Louise in the corridors of campus. I took interest with them as they were carrying a clothes rack that I was curious about. We got talking and as they were telling me about their new show I offered to photograph it so they could have some promotional materials for it. They…

Haylo Theatre: Sisters, Seagulls and Send offs; A REVIEW

Last night I had the pleasure to watch the show Sisters, Seagulls and Send offs by Haylo Theatre at Storyhouse in Chester. The show portrays the process of dealing with grief of two sisters who recently lost their dad. The show, written and performed by Hayley and Louise took you through stories of the sisters’…

A day of meetings

Today I met up with several people regarding potential projects. The first meeting was with Emma from Black Mango, an event’s management company in Chester. I was introduced to this company by my friend Fiona who had her placement with them last year. Black Mango are organising an art’s fair in Chester in November and…

Steve McQueen-Ashes; a review

On the 24th of October I had visited the Whitworth gallery in Manchester. One of the exhibitions held that day was Ashes by Steve McQueen. The installation projected two videos onto two sides of a screen, one side showed a video was shot by him in 2003, the young Ashes is standing on a boat….

Starting to work

It’s 3 weeks in and so far I have contacted many people and organisations. I’ve messaged 3 animal shelters around the area but with no luck. In the meantime I have been introduced to two new project that I would like to take part in: The first project was introduced to me by Fiona, it’s…

The beginning of the end

Third year of university has began. This is the year where we’re expected to start finding our own paths. The assignments are much more broad, a lot more freedom is given to us to find our own way into the world, as people and as practitioners. One of our modules this year focuses on finding…