Location: London
Bio:

Recent exploratory work includes cut-out animation and 3D VW collaborative production for storytelling. Currently designing an audio installation for a social media platform, using the format of a radio magazine show. Excited to be enrolled for a three year practice based research programme at UAL/LCC (from academic year beginning 2018), funded by TECHNE. Independent filmmaker and educator, graduate of Goldsmiths College (BHUM) and School of Speech and Drama (PGCE) with twelve years media teaching experience in secondary education (2005-2017), including three years in an out of school hours learning (OSHL) setting, based in the school's media post-production suite. Amazing students. Writer and director of Dreaming Rivers (1988) and one of the founding members of Sankofa Film and Video (1983-88).

One son, Chris Chance, BA Editing and Post-production, awarded the Ravensbourne Vice Chancellor's award 2018. Together we were active members of our TRA Garden Club in Hackney, developing grounds, producing A2 painted posters for promotion, all culminating in a trip to the Garden Museum attended by members of three neighbouring estates, and hosted by the Garden Museum's Education Officer. Happy Days! Future social ambitions? To manage meals for a large number of people and contribute to community life.

Exhibitions:

BEE. 2017. [Film] Directed by M. Attille. UK: RD Films

2018
Settle Stories Festival, Digital Storytelling Workshop

Dreaming Rivers. 1988. [Film] Directed by M. Attille. UK: Sankofa Film and Video.

2017
Unbound: Visions of the Black Feminine, BFI Southbank

The Place is Here, South London Gallery

The Place is Here, Nottingham Contemporary

Interwoven Histories, Leeds Pavilion

The Workshop Years: British Film and Video after 1981, Hammer Museum in Los Angeles

2016
The 1980s Today's Beginnings? Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven