Click on the owl to find out more about this touring exhibition, celebrating 50 years since the publication of Alan Garner’s seminal novel, The Owl Service. You can also watch the exhibition video work which includes Chris’ soundtrack.

Film and video work

The collaboration between Chris and Fernanda Amaral and her dance company in Brazil, Dança sem Fronteiras, was made possible by a Micro Award from Unlimited / British Council. Two of the short films that came out of this international work won laurels at the 2021 Together Film Festival. Click on the image to view the films and read the Unlimited / British Council blog.

The Gower Landscape Partnership commissioned Chris to work with the people of Gower to explore creativity in this unique landscape. The resulting film, Almost An Island, on a double bill with Delyth Jenkins and Tommy Jenkins (promoted by Tim Pegler)

Chris was commissioned by Addo as part of #Fourteen to work in the Mid Rhondda exploring attitudes to disabled people. One of the outcomes was a mash up of a market stall and tiny arts centre which was kindly and ceremoniously opened by Jon Luxton (serving Mayor of Penarth). Click on the picture of Goff Morgan to see one of the films created during this project (which won laurels at the 2020 Together Film Festival). Visit https://facebook.com/14EqualStreet to see other fun stuff.

Click on the poster to see work created during the period following Chris’ Major Creative Wales Award. The work took him around the world and was performed in New Zealand, Canada and exhibited in the Kennedy Centre, Washington DC.







broke audience records at its premiere in Reynoldston Village Hall and played Wales’ smallest cinema, La Charette, at Gower Heritage Centre. Click on the beach image above to view the full film and visit https://facebook.com/GwyrGower to see other fun stuff.