The Other Side of Now in York

16mm film still of sunlight through a buttercup plant.

The Other Side of Now will be screened in the University of York’s Carbon-Borders-Voices which launches 24 Jan 22.

Purling screening at ICONA

16mm direct animation frame, blue

Delighted that our 16mm film Purling will screen at ICONA in December.

Loss Exhibition, Vienna

Father-land airport

Loss, group exhibition, Father-land is screening along with work by Irene Andessner, Oreet Ashery, Rosy Martin, Claudia Pilsl, and Elisabeth Wörndl, curated by Claudia Pilsl; ArtP kunstverein, Vienna, Austria (4 to 26 September 2021)

The Other Side of Now

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We’ve finished our film poem The Other Side of Now – more info soon.

Flow in Bohemia


Flow was selected for exhibition in Bohemia - more soon…

Reach in Bohemia

16mm film frame

ANIFILM 2021 Planet A, a special programme focusing on environment and nature.


Flow in Linz, Austria


Waste Art exhibition, curated by artist Ina Loitzl, the Kepler Hall art space, Johannes Kepler University (JKU), Linz, Austria. The exhibition is an initiative of Prof. RA Dr. Willi Bergthaler (Institute for Environmental Law at the JKU) and focuses on contemporary artworks that transform plastic as a material into cultural objects (22 June to 13 July 2021).

BAFTSS Conference

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Kayla presented at BAFTSS Annual Conference

High Water


High Water brought artists and researchers from around the world for an online event focussing on our shared connections to the sea and tides.

Kayla presented a compilation of film work based our recent explorations of Plymouth’s estuary The Laira. We showed filming from kayaks and two direct animations made on the shoreline – the one-minute film poem Flow and work in progress of our new film Cadence, a still from which is above. High Water was organised by, Tidelines UK and Low Carbon Devon.

Flow at TrickyWomen, Austria


Flow was selected for TrickyWomen: Tricky Realities in the ‘Remarkable’ programme in Vienna, Austria.

Flow was selected as a highlight of the festival by Zippy Frames and Joseph Norman - one of their Top Picks!

ZF Review:
A lyrical collage film, made with constellations of wildflowers and plants found along a river estuary in South West England. Nicely made, recalling the collage films of Stan Brakhage.



New Year, new film - direct animation 16mm.