Other projects

‘My Bag’ Show Concept
19 June – 17 July, 2017

20 artists, 20 imagined performances
Find them on the streets of Glasgow
Curated by
Andy Field and Jackie Wylie



Arlington Baths




Bassline Circus presents

Supported by The English Arts Council
1 week R & D + Circus workshops+ Verbatim theater + Tech/circus experiments
Devised and performed
at The Invisible Circus Creation Space
Bristol 22.12.2014.

Inspired by the worlds of Lego, Playmobil and Minecraft I created the backdrop and costumes for Bassline Circus’s real and virtual environments. A chorus of teenagers wrote and narrated the action while our circus performers drifted between real and imagined avatars. Research & development exploring young people’s relationship to their screens.


The Chorus


Virtual Acro balance exploring long distance relationships


‘SCREENED OUT’ Game characters inspired by half fox/half teenage ninja Naruto [yellow] and Hatsune Miku a ‘Vocaloid’ humanoid persona representing a singing synthesizer software [turquoise].


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Costumes inspired by motion tracking suits that are used to map human movements for 2D and 3D animations.


Lego backdrop



Creative Team
Directed by Catrin Osborne
Choreography Dela Seward
AV /Mapping Dav Bernard
Scenography  (costume +backdrop) Bex Anson
Lasers Jack Wrigley
LED sculpture + Kinect Robbie Thomson
Riggers Saul baum, Zephyr Liddell and Pemma Ricardo
Costume assistants Jazz and Imogen


URBAN by Circolombia
World tour 2011-2012
Puppets, merchandise and company assistant

URBAN is a freestyle portrait of a society, incorporating both joy and violence, where dance and music are the safety valves of everyday life. It features the best of the Colombian national circus school Circo Para Todos. A true narrative of the streets of Cali, URBAN is based on the lives of the young cast; telling the world what its like in their reality, through their eyes, ears, and voices.
URBAN is a tale of confrontation and redemption, of gangs and individual freedom, of poetics and cruelty. Infused with live reggaeton and volcanic, wild, but perfectly mastered acrobatics, it shows that with passion and dedication you really can touch the stars.


Bankina Group Photo Miky Calero


Julia Saez Garcia Photo Yan Pelligrino


Tshirt and CD Design FIST



Sticker design by Bex

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NVA & The Invisible College
Kilmahew/ St Peters

NVA and The Invisible College invited me to join their advisory board and to participate in workshops exploring and documenting Kilmahew forest and St Peters Seminary .  Members of the local community, artists and academics came together for 3 hands-on workshops inspired by the learning methods of The Invisible College – an “institution without walls”.

The Invisible College
First referenced in the 17th century by the natural philosopher and scientist Robert Boyle,the concept of The Invisible College was initiated by a group of intellectuals dedicated to furthering knowledge through experimental investigation. It was described as an “institution without walls” with no fixed home or declared identity. Nearly four centuries later, the idea of the college has been given a new twist with the formation of a research network that connects academics,educationalists, contemporary artists and a wide range of local people and wider communities of interest. It uses the woodlands and the partially ruined form of St Peter’s Seminary as a new centre of learning that is fluid and adaptive in its structure and programme. Live research is currently being led by different arts & humanities disciplines including geography, history, social anthropology, environmental art,landscape architecture, architecture and philosophy.
below are the short films I created:

Workshop 1
‘Surveying & Recording’

Workshop 2

For more info visit
The Invisible College
NVA-Kilmahew/St. Peters