TRACEY FEARNEHOUGH

With a background in photography and theatre Tracey found her place behind a moving image camera inspired by real people and their quiet personal stories. As a former documentary programmer at the Edinburgh International film festival she was changed by the work she saw and went back to do a masters at Edinburgh College of art in film directing to make them herself. She cut her teeth making shorts and working on projects for BBC, STV and other independents. She recently produced the highligh acclaimed BAFTA nominated short documentary 'Plastic Man'.

 

She lives by the sea, embracing interactive and trans-disciplinary projects always with the analogue, the experiential and the personal at the heart of it all.

Tracey is lecturer in Film & TV at Edinburgh College of Art.

HOLGER MOHAUPT

Holger is an award-winning German artist and filmmaker based in Scotland. He studied visual communication and anthropology at the Art Academy in Hamburg. After a postgraduate diploma in Electronic Imaging, he finished his PhD at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in Dundee. His distinct visual style has been exhibited internationally at festivals and in galleries. His documentary work has been broadcast on BBC Scotland and recently on the African Movie Channel.

 

Holger’s research practice is focused on landscape, memory and immersive storytelling. He is recipient of the New Media Scotland Award.

He is associate lecturer in Film at the Screen Academy at Napier University in Edinburgh.

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