About

We are a collective of artists and makers with particular expertise in visual storytelling. Drawing on a wide range of skills, we develop exhibitions, events and new works that respond to sites and spaces.

This is us

May Abdalla (Anagram) is an award-winning documentary director as well as a producer of live interactive experiences and presently digital production resident at the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol. She has made films and games for BBC Current Affairs and consulted for BBC World Service on a series of interactive projects including Save Our Sounds and Our War in 2011, which was awarded a BAFTA.

Joanna Coates is a director and scriptwriter using documentary and experimental narrative film to explore issues of place, history and culture. She has made arts documentaries for The Old Vic, The Royal Opera House and a feature-length documentary on Akram Khan screened on Channel 4. Her work has been supported by The Arts Council and the Jerwood Charitable Foundation, and her digital tour of the National Theatre was nominated for a BAFTA award. She recently scripted and directed her first feature-length film.

Amanda Lwin is an installation artist and creative producer. Her work explores the paradigms and paradoxes that shape our environment. From traditional craft techniques to computer games and music festivals, Amanda works across media to create works that build a deeper affinity towards physical and psychological urban networks – of place, systems and identity. She also performs roles of creative producer and curator in developing artworks that are the collaborative output of more than one mind or pair of hands.

Antony Price (Anomalous Visuals) is a creative audio-visual digital artist and photographer who has worked across the fashion and music industries for over 15 years, including spells within the design teams of The Face, Mixmag and Dazed & Confused magazines. Antony has lectured and taught visual communication theory and practice at the London College of Fashion for 10 years, producing two major exhibitions around his continuing cultural visual research. He is creative director of Anomalous Visuals, a collective of artists that CREATE conceptual still/moving imagery, PERFORM live audio/visual installations and RECORD events for archive/promotion. With expertise in traditional lens-based media as well as hyper-real graphic imagery, Anomalous Visuals utilise technical excellence alongside narrative structure to provide a wide array of production services.