Monday, 28 August 2017

SW4 - 2017

Back after a 4 year hiatus for two days of average music and lots of EDID issues in Tent 5.
It was fun to VJ again after such a long break and no surprise that the visiting VJs had a bad dose of monkey see monkey do.

Heavy Music Awards - House of Vans

Coolest venue ever and I am totally in love with the  lead singer of Venom Poison

The Graduans

A truly odd few days in darkest Cornwall babysitting projections for the Graduation Ceremony.

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Feel Korea - Olympia

a very silly evening doing camera at a Korean boy/girl band event..
Throw in a Taekwondo display and some traditional Korean drummers and we have ourselves quite a show..

Thursday, 8 June 2017


Infrastructure fixer for long term visual comrades Insight Lighting who did a spanking job for some well heeled clients.. image blatantly stolen from Insight's instagram..


Day of the Dead projections for a Mexican bar in London for EMF.

Aphex Twin - Dublin

Another trip out for Aphex Twin to prepare the video infrastructure for the 'late in the day' arrival of Mr Weirdcore, who remains at the core of all things Weird.
Shame I caught the flu while I was there.

4GB festival Tbilisi

Another outing with The Orb, this time to country No57 Georgia and a spectacular weekend at the 4GB festival, held in an abandoned Satellite Factory.

Thursday, 2 March 2017

By Royal Appointment..

I said I would only do it if I could wear a Busby.
Didn't come to pass.. the weather was too bad.
Against all the odds, it looked superb -

Client: EMF
Event: UK India Year of Culture 2017

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Monday, 26 December 2016


I think, in retrospect, the two biggest things that happened to me in 2016, were almost identical.

I was hurtling down the M4 on my motorbike, when what looked like the handlebars of a bicycle fell off the back of the skip lorry 100 yards in front of me.. They bounced chaotically towards me at 80mph,  their irregular shape making it impossible to tell where they would go next.
With only seconds before impact, all I could do was keep my cool, knowing that one wrong move would mean disaster.

A few months later - 
I was in the pit at the end of the Chic performance putting up the cameras and Nile Rodgers gestured to me how to get down from the stage - I indicated over by the side. Instead, he launched himself off the downstage edge into my arms… Again I had to keep my cool, knowing that if I dropped him, I would for evermore be known as the guy responsible for the death of disco…

Here’s to another year of cool under pressure!

Monday, 12 December 2016

ultra widescreen

Very happy am I, with the new widescreen projection system I created for The Orb

Friday, 2 December 2016

Big projections

Two days in a photo studio on an aftershave shoot featuring a very, very famous ex-footballer and me and two 30k Barcos... Of course the insurmountable problems from the screen bowing in the middle were all sorted in due course by your's truly

Sunday, 27 November 2016

The Orb - UK tour 2016

Back on tour with The Orb.
9 UK shows before Xmas..

I believe in Father Xmas

fame at last...
Yep, I really did dress up as santa to star in the projections for Hotel Cafe Royal

Sunday, 2 October 2016

Bi-Cyclic Existence

My first major gig doing onstage visuals was at the Town & Country club in Kentish Town for the promoter.
Headlining were a band I’d never heard of - Gaye Bykers On Acid
Post show I was quickly asked if I wanted to join them on tour and before I knew it I was on Stewed To The Gills - my first Rock tour. Since then I’ve worked in 56 countries on countless shows - Johnny Cash, Sting, Bowie, Elton John, Duran Duran, The Orb, The Prodigy, Chemical Brothers, Pet Shop Boys, Radiohead, Aphex Twin.
25 years later and I find myself back at the same venue with the same band and still loving it like it was the first time.
In case you were wondering, I used resolume for playback. The old byker vids had their audio replaced with a metronome click which resolume picked up with it's automated beat looper, so I can get it to play video samples that loop to the beat. I then midi mapped the playhead for each clip to a rotator, so i could scroll to any point in the movie then set it all to randomise, which is how I got some of the guitar solos up on screen at the right time.. next time, I'll put in some goto points so I can hit solos and chorus bang on.. it was worth all the effort as I had the time of my life and best of all, I was home by nine… lol