Fusing Frames (2009)
Working with a group of young people at the New Art Exchange in conjunction with Digital Broadway.  Participants used GPS to create non-linear narratives. Through the workshops they used photography, animation, image editing software, video editing and digital mapping techniques.

Cell (2003)
The Cell project was conceived by Thomas Hall and Graham Elstone, working under the company name Low Brow Trash and was a collaboration with Nottingham Youth Offending Team and The Galleries of Justice. Funding was secured through RALP and the project worked with up to 25 young people, referred through the Youth Offending Team, on a series of creative/new technology workshops utilising still image, film and computer generated music. The project culminated in an exhibition of the work in four unused holding cell spaces at the Galleries of Justice museum.

Revolve (2005)
Commissioned by Nottingham City Council, Revolve was a series of workshops, over 3 months, working with an ‘entry to employment’ group ages 26-19 years to generate a video, sound and firework display for bonfire night.

Retro (2006)
Working in partnership with the Youth Offending Team, approx 30 young people were taught how to create and edit video, sound and animation.

Reality Bytes (2001)
Working in partnership with artist company Moti Roti, Reality Bytes was a series of workshops, over a 2 month period, working with 8 young Asian women, which looked at notions of Bollywood dreams to create a series of screen based installations shown as part of Nottingham’s Now Festival in 2001.

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