Explore some of our projects that are currently in production
An original project by One to One Development Trust, it was created as a prototype Virtual Reality experience for Wakefield’s Festival of the Moon in 2019
A new exhibition created and co-curated by Leicestershire children in care.
A rich and colourful film by Judi Alston giving a unique insight into the making and significance of the stupa at Harewood House built by Bhutanese monks and Yorkshire stonemasons.
Working in collaboration with Phoenix Dance Theatre on the creation of a Virtual Gallery telling the story of their remarkable history.
A new virtual reality experience with Pilot Theatre that holds the stories of three women in different northern landscapes.
A new digital walking trail to celebrate the Roman history through to contemporary history of the Artis Trail from Castor, along the River Nene through Normangate
A new video game being produced in Wakefield with an opportunity for 25 young people to be involved in the design, production and marketing.
We are working with Wakefield Council to gather and record participants stories for a powerful collection of lived experience stories told through podcasts.
We are part of the team developing an immersive experience for children and families, blending reading and live-streamed theatre.
We are working with Wakefield Families Together to create a series of four short films highlighting Wakefield District's commitment to working with children, young people and families to help them achieve their potential and dreams.
Creating a website and film for Chester House Estate, a nationally significant heritage site demonstrating over 10,000 years of human activity.
An interactive Virtual Museum for Hull Kingston Rovers Rugby League Club based on the Hull KR grounds.
Exploring the identity and heritage of a community through mapping local walks and trails encouraging people to become more active and enjoy the outdoors.
Documenting a project run by the Health Improvement Team of Wakefield Council encouraging children and young people to become more active.