We create exciting and innovative digital media, film and arts projects. Our work celebrates and promotes culture, heritage, wellbeing, education and diversity.
One to One Development Trust work with arts organisations, archives, museums, voluntary sector, NGOs, schools and universities, community groups/enterprises, statutory sector organisations, businesses, artists and entrepreneurs.
One to One Development Trust (formally One to One Productions Ltd) began in 1988 and was set up by the CEO Judi Alston. The focus of the organisation has consistently been based on meaningful engagement with our partners or in communities, striving for creative excellence in all our projects.
One to One Development Trust's Creative Director and CEO is Judi Alston, an experienced film maker, project manager, multimedia artist and community arts worker with extensive experience of working in the UK, Europe and Asia.
Andy Campbell is the Director of Digital Media; Andy is a highly regarded online developer, writer and digital artist who set up Dreaming Methods, One to One Development Trust's online portfolio of digital fiction in 1999.
One to One work with a team of very skilled freelancers and creative associates.
As a charity we are overseen by a strong Board of Trustees who offer their expert advice, skills and guidance. Glenn Guilliatt (Chair Person), Sarah Robinson, Julie Wilkes and Suzanne Gahlings.
Volunteers and placements
If you would be interested in volunteering or having a placement with us please contact email@example.com
One to One Development Trust is a registered charity: Charity Number 1105935
What we do
We work uniquely across many digital media platforms to deliver engaging experiences and innovative projects - from film-making, web design, print publication through to 3D environments and leading edge digital narratives.
Bringing stories from the past alive for future generations
Health & Wellbeing
Raising awareness of mental wellbeing and physical health
Leading edge digital storytelling experiences
Developing engaging media projects to inform change
The approach that One to One Development Trust take to people’s stories is inspiring, they treat people (and their stories) with great respect and clearly receive excellent responses from people that they work with. One to One have extensive experience in delivering engaging heritage and community art projects. The projects that they have delivered for us have always been extremely high quality, with true community engagement and ownership developed. Their ability to follow and interpret a story has always been impressive. In terms of working relationships they are really good at following and developing briefs, working in partnership and working to shared outcomes. They deliver on time and to budget.
Maya Harrison, Senior Cultural Development officer, Wakefield Council
This is the most amazing group of professional people at One to One Development Trust. As Art projects go, Art of West End was the most wonderful project to be involved in. Set in Hemsworth West Yorkshire Judi and the team went way beyond the mark to make this an exciting, creative, truly enabling and for many a life changing piece of work.
Sue Hulse, Performance Poet
Very creative organisation with excellent staff who are amazing at identifying the needs of the people and clients they work with. Some amazing work.
Lee Farmer, Reverse the Cycle
With little fuss and tremendous expertise, Judi and her team were able to conjure up the magical moments of the Unity story – as co-op store, music venue and community hub. She did it through forensic archive research and encouraging people to share their pictures and stories. Her enthusiasm for the project built a tremendous community response. The quality of the products was superb. The film, seen by hundreds, is a wonderful mixture of grit, humour and sentiment that has been loved by everyone. We give the book to all our key visitors and tenants to remind them of what powerful history they build on and the storyboard outside our Main Hall is admired by thousands of users. I would unreservedly recommend Judi and One to One. You won't be disappointed.
Chris Hill, Developer and Chair of Board, Unity Works
One to One work with you as part of the team. They are attentive to other team members and are able to offer invaluable advice to the team based on their skills and experience. As part of your team they offer exiting new opportunities. One to One go that extra mile, they had the skills to relate equally well with a wide range of stakeholders. Feedback from all of the participants has been positive and everyone was able to contribute to the project thanks to One to One, they are artists at their craft and have the technical capability to produce something very special.
Ian Deighton, Chair Person Friends of CHaT Parks
I always find One to One a pleasure to work with. Nothing seems too much trouble and I count on them to sort things out for me, which they do without any fuss. You seem to be able to handle anything! We recommend you to everyone we know.
Alice Porter, CEO, National Rural Touring Forum (NRTF)
The work One to One produced for us was excellent the assistance and knowledge was invaluable. Queries were dealt with quickly and effectively. Specific requirements were accommodated. And special cases were talked through professionally.
Rosie Cross, International Village of Culture
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Sykes Film launch
Yesterday was launch night at Wakefield Museum for our latest film ‘Sykes from local saddlery to global brand’ made as part of the Playmakers Exhibition. The series of films tells the story of how local businessman Willian Sykes’s small business became one of the area’s biggest and most recognised companies, Slazenger/Dunlop. It was standing room only and the films were incredibly well received. Playmakers is on at the Museum throughout the rest of 2016/17
WALLPAPER Being Human Festival 2016
We've been very busy this month hosting "Hopes and Fears of Digital Storytelling" a series of events as part of the Being Human Festival we have run at the Art House. The events have focused around our digital fiction narrative game WALLPAPER which we are showcasing as an installation and VR experience. Check out our film from the launch night of readers' experiences of WALLPAPER in VR
Yesterday we previewed our latest film in the 'Your Story' series at the Hepworth Gallery as part of an event organised by Wakefield Historical Society. Your Story is a partnership with Wakefield Museums and our latest film celebrates the life of the wonderful local writer and historian Kate Taylor who died recently. We had a beautiful and moving response to Kates film.
We are very excited to have the beta version of All the Delicate Duplicates narrative game exhibited for testing at GameCity the biggest games Fest in the UK. Not only did we get great user feedback we won the Best Overall Game!! All the Delicate Duplicates is funded by The Space and has won the Tumblr Interactional Award for Digital Art - created by our Dreaming Methods project with Mez Breeze Design.
Commissioned by the Wakefield Arts Partnership, artist Andy Abbott has been exploring the culture and aspirations of the Wakefield District. We are working with Andy to create an online interactive gallery for the project. The project will be launched in November 2016.
Develop Games Conference
Director of Digital Media Andy Campbell went down to Brighton to present about our digital narrative game All The Delicate Duplicates at the Develop Conference. The project will launch early in 2017 and is funded by The Space.
Orgreave Anniversary Rally
As part of ongoing lobbying for an independent review of police h=behaviour from 'the Battle of Orgreave' (1984/5 Miners' Strike) we have just released our latest film from the Anniversary Rally held on 18th June 2016.
Cas Tigers Heritage project is in full flow, recently we have been creating lots of films for the Virtual Museum. Sessions with volunteers are going well and much data gathering, scanning and recording is underway. The HLF project is helping the much loved rugby league team take stick of their heritage as part of the plans to relocate to a new stadium.
Filming is underway for a film for Wakefield Museum about the old Sykes Factory in Horbury that went on to become Dunlop/ Slazenger. Gathering oral history stories about peoples recollections of working there and hoping to discover artefacts to add to a permanent collection for the Museum.
Launch of BREATHE
BREATHE an interactive journal for young people with asthma was launched to a conference of over 150 respiratory nurses and specialists. The 18th month long project has engaged with over 50 young people who helped create and design the journal, including film, quizzes, articles and photography. The journal is available in print and online and will be distributed to doctors surgeries and schools throughout the year.
7th March 2016
With Banners Held High
This is the second year we have been involved in the organisation of the With Banners Held High Event. Over 700 people attended the day of arts, music, film, poetry, speeches and talks celebrating international solidarity of the 1984/5 miners' Strike. We screened three of our films including the launch of 'Unity – A Coming Together' of MP Dennis Skinner’s emotive speech from WBHH 2015.
23 February 2016
Exploring Virtual Reality
We had a great day out at Sheffield Hallam University discussing ideas to create a virtual reality edition of WALLPAPER for exhibition in galleries and different venues. Watch this space for updates!
15 February 2016
New Look Dreaming Methods
A good refresh of our dreaming methods website, lots of updates and new information. check it out to see more about the digital storytelling side of our work.
10 February 2016
Promoting Workplace Health
This year's project as a Creative Partner for Wakefield Council is a film "UNWIND" promoting workplace health and wellbeing initiatives. We had great fun filming at DHL/Argos in Castleford who are running some outstanding sessions and projects for their staff. Here we are interviewing the Learning Coordinator Sean Dixon. The final film will be launched in March.
31 January 2016
Launch of Inanimate Alice Episode 6
Inanimate Alice is a digital story about a girl growing up dreaming of one day becoming a computer games designer. It's told over ten increasingly complex episodes which reflect her age and skill. One to One Development Trust were commissioned as Lead Developers by The Bradfield Company to create the sixth episode in the series.
19 December 2015
Closure of an industry
The end of deep coal mining in the UK. Kellingley Colliery closed. We filmed the march to pay tribute to the Big K and all the miners who've ever worked there. The closure of the colliery is a huge loss for local community as well as for the industry as a whole. It was though an amazing day, meeting up with old friends and capturing the unique sense of pride in the coalfields.
10th December 2015
Supporting Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign
Proud to have been asked to produce a short film for OTJC to help inform a judicial review for Home Secretary Theresa May about the ‘battle of Orgreave’. Great to meet Michael Mansfield QC who is working with OTJC and kindly took time out of the Hillsborough Enquiry to talk to us.
3rd December 2015
Pontefract Castle Monologue Films launched at private view
Great to bring back our actors, makeup artist and crew to meet up with Wakefield Museum staff and have a private film screening of the recently edited Pontefract Castle Monologue films. What a good project this has been!!!
15 November 2015
WALLPAPER our Arts Council funded digital story opens in an immersive installation. Over 70 guests enjoy the opening night. Its been great fun working with Dr Alice Bell from Sheffield Hallam University on this project and contributing to the research on the impact of digital fiction on readers. Please read the blog for more information.
14 October 2015
WALLPAPER research trip to Bangor University and the Pontio
A fantastic visit to Bangor University to meet up with Dr Astrid Ennslin for a tour round the new 35 million pound, long awaited arts and innovation centre the Pontio. Looking forward to bringing WALLPAPER here in 2016.
23 September 2015
WALLPAPER at Wakefield Literature Festival
We were really pleased to be part of this year's Wakefield Literature Festival hosted by BEAM. The festival now in its fourth year, has grown significantly into a vibrant 10 day programme with a diverse range of literature based events, talks and masterclasses. Our talk Uncovering Digital Fiction was a great opportunity to share our latest narrative project WALLPAPER.
10th July 2015
A Forgotten Castle
A very busy and attentive audience attended the premiere of 'A forgotten Castle' made with Friends of CHaT Parks and West Yorkshire Archeological Service. Chair Person of CHaT Parks Ian Deighton said "One to One were very attentive to the original brief, the detail of their film making skills produced something exceptional. Our film now works on so many levels".
26 June 2015
Announcement!!! We are the media partner in the #CasTigersHeritage project so lots of filming and recording, great opportunities for volunteers and rugby leagues first virtual museum all coming up over next 2 years.
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