Sept. 2018 – Present
In collaboration with East Belfast Irish language activist Linda Ervine and her organisation "Turas", this project researches how social media and factual animation can help create a sense of ownership if Irish among Protestants and Unionists. Animations developed with Belfast-based animation company EnterYes
Example of animation output viewable here

Feb. 2020 – Present
Exploring how civil rights are affected by climate change in the 16 - 24 age bracket in Northern Ireland. The project, funded by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission and run with students at Queen's University Belfast, will result in factual animations and it will explore which platforms are most effective to disseminate these animations through. Animations developed with Belfast-based animation company EnterYes
Oct. 2019 – Present
An annual collaboration between the Broadcast and Architecture departments at Queen’s University Belfast. “Public CoLab” explores how an ecological crisis in Belfast might affect the city and its residents. Each year’s iteration results in a live performance/exhibition and a publication. Public CoLab 2020's publication is viewable here
June 2020 – Present
This project explores effective ways in which to continue telling the refugee story now that it has fallen down the news agenda. With NGO NaTakallam, I connect Syrian refugees (living in exile in Iraq, Turkey and Lebanon) with groups of students at Queen’s University Belfast