Residency / Commission Highlights 1996-2022

2022           Scottish Book Trust Community Campfires Sound Artist in Residence (x3)
2021           Scottish Sculpture Workshop Counterflows Resident Artist 2021 
2020           Creative Edinburgh Connected Innovators recepient for 

2019           Edinburgh International Book Festival Sound Artist in Residence for Citizen
2018           Séance art-writing commission for with author Eleanor Thom

2018           Digital Respite, wellbeing project / financial award with UK charity Care for Carers

2017           Pebbles, podcast and graphic novella about pregnancy for The Drouth Magazine

2017           AlpenOo, successful crowdfunding campaign sonic art collaboration based on Swiss field recordings

2016           Radiophrenia, CCA Glasgow, Sound Art / Radio art commission

2016           Psychiatrische Klinik Wil, Swizterland - Artist in Residence (& Symposium Keynote Speaker)

2016           Stations of The Lost, ArtRail & ArtWalkPorty Artist in Residence/Lead Artist (ScotRail)

2015           Shellackplatten Quintet Live - Commissioned Sound Artist, The Dark Outside, Galloway Forest Park

2015           Environmental Arts Festival Scotland, Site-Specific Artist

2013           Atomic Doric, Woodend Barn, Banchory, Aberdeenshire, Lead Artist 

2010           Lodestone, Ayr Academy – Higher Pupils, Artist in Residence for Tramway / Ayr Town Hall 
2009           Surreal Steyning, Steyning Festival, Artist in Residence 

2009           Studio 1824, Timespan Heritage Centre Artist in Residence, Sutherland

2008           Mindscape, Mental Health Project, Artist-Tutor at Inverurie Medical Practice Aberdeenshire Council

2009           How’s The Ghost? An Tobar Mull, Market Gallery Artist in Residence, Glasgow

2006           The Slough of Despond, Deveron Arts + Box Projects – Lens-based Artist, Aberdeenshire

2006           Leith Festival Artist in Residence, Edinburgh  (C.S. and City of Edinburgh Council)

2005           Embassy Court Artist in Residence, Brighton, Sussex (Grant from Bluestorm Ltd)

2004           Re:Create, Social Inclusion Project Photography Artist in Residence, Edinburgh

2003           Stills Gallery, Edinburgh, Photography Artist in Residence 

2002           Newcastle University – Artist in Residence, with lectureship (Fine Art Department)

2001           Studio for Electro-Instrumental Music Artist in Residence, with Robert Hampson Amsterdam (S.T.E.I.M.)

2001           Cornish College of The Arts, Seattle - Internet Artist in Residence (College Funded)

2000           BBC TV Northern Film Archive Year of The Artist, Artist in Residence (Arts Council England)

1996           Ellen Wilkinson High School, Manchester / Artist in Residence (Arts Council England)

Selected Exhibitions 2000-2018

2018           Artists who Make Music, Musicians who Make Art - group show, Queens Park Railway Club, Glasgow
2017           Tiny Geographies, Edinburgh Pallette Studios Installation

2016           Stations of The Lost [book edition, installation and tour of region] Portobello Library, Edinburgh

2016           Station of The Found - The Skylark, Portobello, Edinburgh [installation and text]

2016           Stations of The Lost Installation - St Mark’s Church, Portobello, Edinburgh [large scale community sound-piece]

2015           Tiny Geographies, Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh - screening and installation

2014           Tiny Geographies, University of Zagreb - screening and installation

2013           Tiny Geographies, Woodend Barn, Banchory - screening and installation

2010           Surreal Steyning, web-published Interactive psychogeographic mp3 tour with two live performances –  Arts Council                      England and The Steyning Festival

2009           Studio 1824, performance / photography collaboration about ice houses – Creative Scotland and Timespan,                                    Sutherland. Lambda prints, video and sound.

2009           How’s The Ghost? photography, short fiction, and film archive manipulations with Scottish fairground communities                        in Glasgow – Creative Scotland and The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, An Tobar Mull

2008           Select Avocados, commissioned psychogeographical tour with website launch Edinburgh

                    International Arts Festival 2008 Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh / Edinburgh Art Festival 2008

2006           The Slough of Despond (The Wicker Man Remixed), Live audio-visual piece for Halloween in Huntly, Huntly Town                            Square, Aberdeenshire – Deveron Arts

2006           The Room of One Arm Free, installation, with song and story-based performance for a sex workers charity,

           - The Leith Festival, Edinburgh

2005           The Erica Tetralix Polyfaith Map of Edinburgh, city-wide interactive mp3 psychogeographical tour of Edinburgh using                      paradolia and simulacratic forms as narrative. Performances, a mini-bus tour, website, related lectures, and                                    publication. A film about the project was later commissioned by and exhibited internationally.

2004           Samboghakaya, video installation and performance based on scriptures found in Mahayana Buddhism about the                          state between form and formlessness, with lecture –

2004           A Keeper of Ducks Sings for You, performance of a song-cycle at

2003           The Perfection of Wisdom, audio installation with typographic mantra, edited interview with an experienced eighty-                        year-old meditation practitioner. Based on the world’s oldest book, The Diamond Sutra – Edinburgh Buddhist Centre

2002           Svanejeger / Kaibilder / Organismene, video commission for a post-millennial art work, placed in a portfolio of                                  sculptures and installations to grace the River Tyne - North Tyneside Arts. Screened at The Millenium Dome                                    [experience] London.

2001           For The Exhaustives, covert psychogeographical intervention placing an engraved plaque on a small, uninhabited                          island on Loch Lomond – Self funded to raise awareness of M.E. in the UK

2000           To Look North, an Arts Council England ‘Year of the Artist’ commission with BBC TV (North East), to produce a                                 series of new works re-appropriating material from news archives from 1945 to 2000. Exhibited internationally with                       a CD Rom publication alongside internet syndication.