A selection of my previous projects with an internet component:

START Moving Image
The initiative was set up in 1993 to promote film culture in south west England and Kernow. In November 2006 Sunday Shorts, a day festival of international short film held at the Desmond Tutu Centre at the College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth UK, showed the film programmes exchanged between Plymouth's START Moving Image Festival in Plymouth, UK, and the Plymouth Independent Film Festival in Massachusetts, USA.

Unity online
A microsite documenting a series of projects to support the learning of BME (black and minority ethnic) students at Plymouth College of Art and Design and promote cultural diversity. The Unity site gives details about the 4 projects I co-ordinated between autumn 2004 and June 2006, and some of the interventions trialled, including a collection of recipes from around the world contributed by students and staff, the residency of artist Chila Burman, and a day of multicultural graffiti. Unity online was published in September 2006 on the Plymouth College of Art and Design (PCAD) intra/extranet, with a quick link off the front page. The institution re-branded itself as Plymouth College of Art (PCA) in 2009 and changed its domain, continuing to host Unity online until summer 2010.

Street Rat
I worked with artist Stuart Moore as a project mentor for First Light Movies (UK Film Council) on the production of a hybrid live action/animation drama set in Newton Abbott, Devon. At the beginning of September Stuart and I set up an online production office - each stage of the complex production process was documented on a website so that all members of the team could check out project developments and post contributions. We developed the script and screenplay in September 2005 during a series of Wednesday afternoon workshops, followed by location and studio shoots in October. Post-production and editing took place in November - the film premiere was at the end of the month.

Perfect World
In Autumn 2004 we set up a website for the production of a music video with an ecological theme, as part of a Wild Ideas commission from the Bristol Natural History Consortium. Each of the 5 young people we worked with had their own page on the site, and a photographic archive was also published so that the film-makers could share the project with their friends and families in the UK and overseas.

Greenlink Environmental Art Project
Between 1998 and 2002, Stuart Moore and I were appointed documentary artists for the public art/urban regeneration project in Mount Wise, Plymouth. We worked in collaboration with residents, creative practitioners, professional advisers, South West Arts and Plymouth City Council to produce an accessible project archive using video, photography, animation and audio recording. Skill-sharing was part of our brief: with a small team of Mount Wise residents we created an online presence for Greenlink during the life of the project.

You Are Here
In September 2000, 12 artists around the UK were assigned a Royal Mail millennium stamp from which to create a one minute 'poetry film' with a group of children for the Poetry International festival at the Royal Festival Hall. I was given the Cycle Network Artworks stamp and worked with Dolton Primary and Stuart Moore on a film about the Tarka Trail in North Devon. We made a microsite about the project for the school, the kids and their families, and the Shooting the Messenger project commissioners in London.

In 1997 I was commissioned by the London Filmmakers' Co-op to create a one minute film for the launch of the new Lux Centre in Hoxton Square, London. The producer assigned by LFMC was based in London, the locations for the film were all in south west Britain. So Malene could keep track of how the project was developing and read about the background to the production work, during the summer of 1997, I published extracts from my production diary online, along with a selection of pinhole photographs which formed the artwork for the film, in an early form of blogging.