Anne Rowling Clinic Virtual Tour
Edinburgh Science Festival
As part of my internship in Communication and Outreach, I helped plan, organize and filmed this live event. The goal was to communicate advanced scientific developments to a general audience in an engaging way.
Description of the event:
Take a virtual tour around the world-class Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic, a research facility that delivers drug trials, makes discoveries, and improves the quality of life for people living with neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis (MS), motor neuron disease, Parkinson’s disease and early-onset dementias.
Poetry & Hope for Motor Neuron Disease
Euan MacDonald Centre Edinburgh Fringe Festival
To finish my internship in Communication and Outreach, I lead the production of this prerecorded event along side PhD Researcher Dr Maria Stavrou. To create the final piece, I interviewed researchers, nurses, and people living with MND about their experiences.
This type of event had never been done before at the Centre and brought new attention to MND research and how the arts can enrich the lives of people with the disease.
THE NIGHT LIFE IS FOR YOU
A new video art project collecting my experiences of urban space at night. In this project, I have worked to improve my video and sound editing skills to create a cinematic experience. I'm showing this work in the exhibition Did you miss me? at Edinburgh College of Art.
Documentation of a public memorial to Sarah Everard on the Edinburgh Meadows.
Short films of walks around the city, experimenting with film and editing techniques.
History of Art Society
I have organized and hosted many virtual events for students to improve their experience, including socials, academic talks, and careers events.