I am delighted to be able to return to Aberdeen this year for this year’s Spectra Light Festival. My orchestral piece ‘Digital Dust’ will be part of a new commission for Scottish Mapping specialists Double Take Projections. ‘Face of Innovation’ is a striking new projection artwork celebrating Aberdeen’s achievements in innovation and design. This animated work has been created specifically to be projected upon the historic Mitchell Hall within Marischal College quad. For more information about the festival and it’s many other exciting exhibitions go to http://spectraaberdeen.com
I recently returned from Spectra Light Festival in Aberdeen. I had scored the soundtrack for Andrew Brooks’ Immersion film of Icelandic landscapes. The festival was very well attended and I felt proud (if not a little bit guilty because of the cold!) that people were queuing to watch the work in its entirety. I was pleased to meet some of the other artists at the festival in particular Ulf Mark Pedersen and Kathy Hinde (www.kathyhinde.co.uk), whose work you should definitely check out for its inventiveness and magic.
I have recently finishing working on the soundtrack to Andrew Brooks’ ‘Immersion’ film for Spectra Festival in Aberdeen – http://spectraaberdeen.com – I will be attending the festival (19th-22nd February) and look forward to seeing all the other exhibits there over the weekend.
This is photographer Andrew Brooks preparing a new film for the Spectra Festival of Light in Aberdeen next month (February, 19th-22nd). This film has been created for a 320° screen, the same that was used in last year’s Manchester Festival of Light’s ‘Immersion’ exhibit. I am sure that Andrew will take full advantage of shooting the film in Iceland during the winter. This season in particular yields some impressive and awe-inspiring views of the natural world. I will look forward to starting the soundtrack for this film soon and will keep you updated.