Wrecked on the Intertidal Zone

Multiplatform Art Project

Camera Operator & Editor


Wrecked on the intertidal Zone, a series of investigations in the Thames Estuary.


‘Wrecked on The Intertidal Zone’, is an art and citizen science collective inquiry that has uncovered and highlighted local knowledge about the changing ecology, society and industry of the Thames estuary. The project was conceived by artists YoHa, Critical Art Ensemble, Andy Freeman, Fran Gallardo, and arts organisation Arts Catalyst, and developed in partnership with local people in Southend and Leigh-on-Sea.


This project is led by Arts Catalyst and YoHa:


Screened at the Focal Gallery outdoor screen – University of Essex, Southend 2016
Screened at the Crossroads of Art and Science conference – St. Petersburg, Russia 2016
Screened at the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences – Sydney, Australia 2016
Screened as part of an installation, ‘Notes from the Field: Commoning Practices in Art & Science ‘ at Art Catalyst’s Centre for Art, Science & Technology – Kings Cross, London 2016
Screened at the NAHEMI Talking Shop conference – London College of Communication 2016
Screened at the iDocs conference – Watershed, Bristol 2018
Screened at the Avanca Film Conference – Portugal, 2018
Screened at the Screenworks Symposium – Cube Cinema, Bristol 2018
Official Selection – Voices from the Waters Festival – Bangalore, India 2016
Official Selection – Ostrava Environmental Film Festival – Czech Republic 2016