'Blue Tea Cup' Time-lapse by Anne Brodie and Simon Park for 'Exploring the Invisible' 2009. Supported by Wellcome Trust. Bioluminescent bacteria and teacup. The bacterial movement is a previously un-noticed scientific phenomonen and is now part of a mathematical research project. For more details on 'Exploring the Invisible' see here.
'Exploring the Invisible: Bioluminescent conversations'; Participants filmed in the single wavelength light emissions of deep sea bioluminescent bacteria. 2010. Supported by Wellcome Trust. Anne Brodie
'Chandelier'; Mouth blown lamp worked glass, bacterial culture, silicon, 2009. Anne Brodie
Bombay Sapphire Prize winning film, 'Roker Breakfast'. Work produced in collaboration with Ruth Dupre and Louise Gilbert Scott, with thanks to everyone at the National Glass Centre, Sunderland. 2005