The best insight into our work and creative approach is to explore some of our projects. With over 30 years experience we have an extensive portfolio and archive. Here are a few examples.
One to One Development Trust were awarded an artist’s commission from Long Division to record a day in the 2019 festival using 360 cameras.
Working with the Children In Care Council and young people in care (local authority or foster care) in Wakefield on a new website redesign.
A new website for the Creative Wakefield Network commissioned by Wakefield Council.
The world's most comprehensive multimedia digital archive of classical Indian and Tibetan cultural resources.
An extensive mobile-friendly website for Destination Nene Valley with interactive features including multi-layered maps and 360 virtual tours.
A unique digital archive and immersive experience for PCs, touch screens and Virtual Reality.
An online archive/memory box and Virtual Museum exploring Castleford Tigers Rugby Club's rich heritage.
We have produced two short films for The Wildlife Trust Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire.
A memorable immersive VR experience set on-board a space-shuttle version of Wakefield’s mobile library van.
An art installation for the Redbox Gallery marking the anniversary of the start of World War 2.
We created a major new Virtual Reality work commissioned for the Index Festival working with members of local community groups.
Raising awareness of mental health issues and bringing people and communities together.
900 Voices is a digital arts/archive projected funded through Heritage Lottery and delivered by One to One Development Trust for Nenescape.
Taking 900 Voices directly onto the River Nene working with social enterprise Dame Joody on their boat Echoes.
An intergenerational play project with the Old Quarry Adventure Playground in Knottingley.
Working with Hunslet Rugby Foundation we created a digital archive and Virtual Museum around the club’s rich history.
We produced a film about the heritage of Westgate Unitarian Chapel.
A heritage project to celebrate and preserve the deep-rooted tradition of Northern Soul music and culture in Peterborough in the 1970s.
We conducted a research project about three public story trail sites in Wakefield.