National Theatre

Developing digital content
in the Broadcast and Digital department

Accidental Festival

Graphic design and
digital development
for #AF2013

Then

Designing projections for
Yve Blake's latest show

Hinged

An alternate reality short film, following three characters
as their narratives collide in a deceptive crash of
love, misconception and betrayal

The Simulations

Collaborating with Project Iota
to develop a new piece of
immersive theatre

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National Theatre

Digital Content Developer

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Hinged

Director

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Then

Video Designer

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Accidental Festival

Graphics and Digital

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The Simulations

Director

theatrecriticism

Criticism needn’t be so critical

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I believe that words are defined by consensus. If enough people believe in the meaning of a word, it becomes one of the meanings of that word. It isn’t necessarily the sole meaning of that word – some words, of course, mean many things. The word might be ‘selfie’ or ‘yolo’, or it may even be ‘criticism’ or ‘review’.

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Open your eyes to the light

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Having booked tickets to see it for a fourth time, I think it’s probably necessary that I explain my apparent obsession with The Light Princess. Of course, one of the marvellous things about theatre is that if you have the money to see something more than once (and with the National’s £5 EntryPass and £12 Travelex and day tickets it seems I do…), you’re more than entitled to do so. But let’s face it, four visits to The Light Princess is excessive, perhaps verging on obsessive.

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Alternate Reality Theatre

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Academics love the coining of new terms, but practitioners rarely greet them with enthusiasm. But sometimes a term is necessary to define something that has never needed to be defined before. That is not to say that works of ‘alternate reality theatre’ have never been produced before, but rather that the focus of these works have not been in challenging the foundations of reality, as ART inevitably does by its very nature.

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