Capture. Edit. Share: Film Making on iPad

Over the last few years I've been running workshops using iPads; video editing, audio (AudioBoo), animation, image manipulation and more. I can tailor them to young people from 7yrs and up; however I've found that there are also a number of adults who would like to know how to use their new devices more creatively. … Continue reading Capture. Edit. Share: Film Making on iPad

Post-it Motion

Designers using Post-its is nothing new. It's actually a bit of a cliché. Some would say passé. Presumable those people would be French. Or a tad pretentious. However, I digress. I have, in fact, this past week, been having 'fun' with Post-its. This is what it's all about... What do you think - Extreme Cubism … Continue reading Post-it Motion

Digital Imaging on iPad (via AudioBoo)

The images above are on display at Perth Museum and Art Gallery. From left to right, the second, fourth and fifth displays were completed as part of an iPad workshop I led in November 2012 and are exhibited until the end of March. This week some of the young people who took part in the project, … Continue reading Digital Imaging on iPad (via AudioBoo)

Guildtown Project (via AudioBoo)

Guildtown was founded in 1818 by the Guildry Incorporation of Perth. The Primary School, through a series of interlinked projects (many of them delivered through the Living Communities Programme at Perth Museum and Art Gallery), explored the Guildsmen and the trades that they governed. They also made a mini-documentary including a recreation of how the … Continue reading Guildtown Project (via AudioBoo)

Perth Roman Project

As part of Perth Museum's Living Communities programme young people from Perth and Kinross took part in a Romans' project last summer. Here they talk about the experience, what they learned and why it's great to 'show' as well as 'tell'! These AudioBoos' were captured to be tagged (via QR Code) to exhibited on display … Continue reading Perth Roman Project

Living Communities and the QR Code

On 18 December I visited Perth Museum and Art Gallery to deliver a workshop (as part of their Living Communities project) using one of my favourite applications AudioBoo! The brief from the Living Communities project leader was as follows: "We've a group of young people from four Perth and Kinross schools (3 primary, 1 secondary) … Continue reading Living Communities and the QR Code