Bosie has been making films, documentaries and television programmes for over 20 years for the BBC, Channel 4, Sky Arts, PBS, Discovery and National Geographic. His work covers a diverse range of subjects including science, art/design, music as well as wildlife and adventure and it has taken him all over the world.
Working primarily as a self-shooting director Bosie has found himself in many extraordinary locations and situations. In the last couple of years he has camped in a cave in Borneo for four days in search of rare wildlife, filmed historian Michael Wood in China for BBC2’s The Story of China, followed young black Americans tracing their cultural roots on a religious pilgrimage to Nigeria and followed scientists working on an erupting volcano in Hawaii. He has also shot/directed programmes on architecture, fashion, the development of modern music and the stories of the world’s most notorious art heists.
Bosie has lived in Brighton for over 25 years. He once worked as the council’s ‘Video Worker’ making films with disadvantaged members of the community. He has made a short film about Brighton’s enduring mod scene and has showcased the work of local artists and photographers.
Fiona was a Producer/Director for BBC Documentaries for ten years, before beginning to work as a freelancer in 2008 in order to work on self directed projects in film and dance. Fiona also worked as Assistant Director for BAFTA on a series of short dance films in 2012. Her interest lies in projects which use media to give people confidence and a means of expression.
Hans de Kretser Associates bring together 20 years of arts marketing experience with a team of online specialists including web designers, a social media expert, programmers and a film maker to offer solutions in all aspects of digital marketing. Hans has worked with VDT for more than 10 years supporting the delivery of multiple websites and microsites, digital marketing campaigns, trailers and consultancy.
Writer and poet Keith Jafrate collaborated with Charlotte Vincent and photographer Paula Summerly in 1998 to create body:ink, a print based publication exploring the relationship between the body, text and image.
Robert Hardy collaborated with Vincent Dance Theatre on the 35mm film Glasshouse in 1998.
Graphic Designer Camilla Hall, of White Space Designs Ltd, is a long-term collaborator of Vincent Dance Theatre’s and has designed the company’s tour print since 2001. Camilla is based in Bristol.
Co.Pop (previously Eg.G) is a screen and print design company, led by Creative Director Dom Raban. Co.Pop is a long-term collaborator of Vincent Dance Theatre’s, working on many print based projects, including body:ink in 1998. Co.Pop is based in Manchester.
Jason Budge collaborated with Vincent Dance Theatre on all of the Germinate projects in 2001 to create video shorts for Orbital, Martial Dance, Club and Plunge.
Keith Armstrong specialises in collaborative, hybrid, new media works with an emphasis on performance site-specific electronic arts, networked interactive installations and art-science collaborations. His ongoing research focuses on how scientific and philosophical ecologies can both influence and direct the design and conception of networked, interactive media artworks. Keith’s artworks have been shown both in Australia and overseas and he has been the recipient of numerous grants from the public and private sectors. He was formerly an Australia Council New Media Arts Fellow, a Postdoctoral New Media Fellow at Queensland University of Technology’s (QUT) Creative Industries Faculty and a lead researcher at the ACID Australasian Cooperative Research Centre for Interaction Design. He is currently a Research Fellow (p/t) at QUT and an actively practicing freelance new media artist. In 2006 he collaborated with Charlotte Vincent and Guy Webster to create Shifting Intimacies, an interactive/media artwork.
Michael Akerman collaborated with Vincent Dance Theatre to create Orbital and Plunge, two of the four video shorts, which formed part of the Germinate participation project in 2001.