The ‘Face of Suffrage’ artwork, a floor-based, 200 metre-square photo mosaic, is made up of more than 3,700 images of females from across the West Midlands and beyond. It shows Hilda Burkitt, a leading face from the Suffrage movement in the West Midlands.
A commission to create a giant artwork and photographic installation as part of Stoke-on-Trent’s bid to become UK City of Culture 2021. Jozef Clark, A 23-year-old who used the YMCA to help to turn his life around was chosen to be the ‘Face of Stoke-on-Trent’.
A commission from Canary Wharf Group to create ‘The Faces of Canary Wharf’. Comprised of up to 15,000 individual photographs it reveals a striking panorama of Jubilee Park.
‘The Face of World War One’ was made up of a combination of 20,000 audience faces, captured during the BBC WW1 At Home events throughout the summer along with original First World War imagery sourced from Imperial War Museums archive.
‘The People’s Monarch’ was commissioned by BBC South East and depicts the Queen at the time of her coronation and at her Diamond Jubilee. It is 38 square metres containing 5,000 photos. It’s current home, after touring at Towner Gallery, Turner Contemporary and Rochester Cathedral, is at Gatwick Airport.
A commission from Optomen TV, one of the top 30 independent production companies in the UK. This TV documentary and unusual three-month social experiment, spanned a variety of disciplines. A giant Community Artwork measuring 20 square metres, composed of 3,500 photographs revealing a smiling face was unveiled in the town square.