We had some glorious weather at this years Imperial College Science Festival. I hosted some outdoor Talkaoke shows and as always the vibrant conversation went everywhere! We talked about what people had seen and done at the festival, about EU politics, religion, the pros and cons of various scientific fields and more.
Although details on this are top secret I can say I’ve had an incredible opportunity to film a production known as You Me Bum Bum Train. This immersive theatre piece catapults audience members one at a time through an incredible journey.
I went through this experience filming the journey of a ‘passenger’ and also shot some short interviews with some of the amazing volunteers who worked on this ground-breaking production.
The producers are putting together a documentary using my footage but I can’t say yet whether this will become available to the public so watch this space.
Learn more about You Me Bum Bum Train.
I hosted some Talkaoke sessions at Hackstock, part of 2016’s London Science Fiction Festival.
The theme was virtual reality so most conversations started there then soon deviated into strangely wild and unexpected areas…
The Festival of Genomics brings together pioneers, innovators, researchers, stakeholders, policy makers and members of the public who all have a shared interest in the field of Genomics.
Here you can see video archive of some of the Talkaoke talk shows I hosted with Mikey from The People Speak.
“Why are we in London?” was a recurring question in this session of Talkaoke at The People Speak.
I hosted a section of this lively and enlightening talk show.
T3 have spoke to me a couple of times now about 3D printing and other creative technologies.
Here are some interviews I gave for the Science Museum exhibition I made called 3D: printing the future and for a festival I ran there called Make.Hack.Do.
Make.Hack.Do. was a three day festival I created and ran for the Science Museum in mid 2014.
This video I presented and produced with Chocolate Films gives you a taste and an overview of what went on over the festival.
This may have been the day I lost the source of all my powers. But it was worth it!
I had around twenty-one inches of hair cut off which was apparently enough to make three wigs.
Using the £1070 I raised Little Princess Trust will have these wigs produced and then delivered to three young sufferers of chemotherapy induced hair loss.
And a special thanks to Uffizi in South West London for kindly cutting my hair.