MA degree Fine Art
BA Hons degree Fine Art
15 years as a freelance TV and film director. Yn gwneud rhaglenni dogfen ar gyfer BBC, S4C a Channel 4.
Recently completed a one-year theatre directing course (specialising in new writing) with Living Pictures, Sherman Cymru and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru. Cwrs cyfarwyddo trwy gyfrwng y Gymraeg. Directed ‘Gwagle’ by Branwen Davies.
‘Rhith Gân’ won the Drama Medal at the National Eisteddfod of Wales in 2015, and performed in 2016.
‘Flow & Frame’, poetry-film collaboration with Philip Gross
‘Trails’, poetry-film collaboration with Paul Mason
‘Continental Drift’, on-going poetry film project
‘Crossing’, short film collaboration with Ian Wiblin
‘Paperwork’, art installation/short film collaboration with ArtStation
‘Surface Tensions: framing the flow of a poetry-film collaboration’ (New Writing: the International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing) with Prof. Philip Gross
‘Mobilising Stillness: from database to story, via still and moving-image’ (Journal of Media Practice)
‘Continental Drift: Europe and translation, poetry and film’ (Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance)
with Prof. Alexis Nouss
‘Paperwork: filmmaking and the cybernetic method’ (Journal of Media Practice) with Glenn Davidson
External examiner for Welsh medium BA Hons Degree in Art & Design at St David’s Trinity College, Carmarthen. Arholwr allannol ar gyfer cwrs gradd BA Celf a Dylunio yn Coleg y Drindod, Caerfyrddin.
Art cinema and poetry-film
Theatre, writing and directing
Current research activity:
PhD in Creative Writing at Swansea University (received a full-time research scholarship from Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol).
Areas of Expertise
Filmmaking – writing and directing.
Theatre – writing and directing.
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