2017 Broadcast showing in ‘On Place, Ruins and Memory’, curated by The Wapping Project and presented at Taigh-Chearsabhagh, North Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland on the 16th of June
2017 Movements Recollected screening in a Dispatch Feminist Moving Image Programme, Leith Old Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland on May 31st.
2017 Close-up Cinema: Rerecorded Pasts: A selected screening of 4 films followed by a Q&A with writer Declan Long.
Symposium OBJECT! ON THE DOCUMENTARY AS ART at The Whitechapel Gallery in association with Sheffield Fringe, keynote presentation alongside Erika Balsom and Rosalind Nashashibi.
2017 No More at Glasgow Film Festival, on the 23rd of Feb in a programme ‘Home Video Systems‘.
2016 Belfast International Arts Festival, A Programme of short films, bringing together themes of memory, migration and identity, often drawing on personal reflection and family experience. Screened October 20th.
2016 No More in Visions in the Nunnery, The Nunnery Gallery, London. Screening from October 5th to the 18th of December.
2016, No More, at Sheffield Fringe ‘Film at the Intersection of Art and Documentary’ curated by Minou Norouzi and Gareth Evans with a Q&A facilitated by Adam Pugh.
2016 Survey Show, Belfast Film Festival, 16th of May, 8 films from 1991 to 2016 screened in this hour long presentation with a Q&A with Rose Baker.
2016 No More, at The Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival:Faces of Conflict, 21st of March and in conversation with John Carson, Head of Fine Art, Carnegie Mellon Institute, Pittsburgh, USA.
2016 No More, Irish Artists Now, at The Whitechapel Gallery, London -March 19th (curated by Gareth Evans).
2015 No More, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London presented in conjunction with Sound/Image15 conference with keynote speaker Michel Chion. From 7th of November to 6th of December 2015.
2015 No More, CCA Glasgow, The Shock of Victory curated by Remco de Blaaij. From 18th of September to 1st of November.
2015 Migrant Women:Shared Experience, National Museum of Ireland-Country Life. From August 2015 to March 2016
2015 Moving Lives, From Home to Here, Linen Hall Library, Belfast, 1st to the 30 October.
2015 No More, Bideodromo Film Festival, 21st of September, Bilbao Art, Spain
2015 No More, 15th Now & After, Video Art Festival, Moscow, Russia (April), Prize Awarded: Honoury Jury Mention
2015 No More March, The 5th Alchemy Video Art Festival, Hawick, Scotland and The Void Gallery, Derry in association with The Garden of Reflection Peace Conference ‘Hope Beyond Hurt’
2014 No More-single screen Winner of The MAC International, inaugural 20K Art Prize, awarded October 30th Belfast.
2014 No More The 27th Festival Les Instants Video: Poetique et Numerique, Marseille, France, and Milan [.BOX] Videoart Project Space Italy, Nov 2014
2013 No More -Installation (Loop) – TULCA, ‘Golden Mountain’ Galway, Ireland
2012 The Beginning of The End (2012/S8/3mins) and State of Mind#4 (S8/col/10mins) SONICA Festival of Art and Sound, Glasgow, Scotland
2012 Rene, Bill and Janet (2mins/col) In competition at Message to Man 22nd Film Festival,St Petersburg, Russia,
2012 Moving Lives (17mins) The Irish Times, Online ‘Generation Immigration’, Ireland and worldwide
2009/10 For the Record (54mins/HDV/Col) Documentary feature funded under the AHRC Research Leave Scheme. Premiered at The 9th Belfast Film Festival in April 2009, and subsequently screened at The Greenwich Picture House as part of The UOG Conference, Memory, Media and Global Formations, 30th April 2009 and The 15th International Symposium of Electronic Arts, (ISEA) in association with The University of Ulster, Northern Ireland, August 2009. The film has also been screened at Omagh Arts Centre and The Doohneen Cultural Centre, among others 2010
2008 Bell(a)exchange (parts 1-7) Ev+a, Limerick City Art Gallery, Ireland
2007 Bella(a)exchange, Solo Show, The Void, Derry, Northern Ireland
2006 Of Things to Come (5mins/photo/sound/dvd) screened at: Trace: between record and recall, at Stephen Lawrence Gallery, Old Royal Naval College, London (Nov 06)
2005-06 State of Mind#4 (10mins/super8/col/dvd) screened at Tate Britain in Altered States of Consciousness (April 06) Novosibirsk State Art Museum, Russia, (March 06) International Video Art & Architecture Festival, Indiana University Art Gallery (USA – March 17 and 18, 06), River’s Edge Film Festival, Kentucky, USA (August 17-20, 06) Included in Poetry Film Vol. 1 – the UK’s first Film-Poetry DVD Anthology: Screened at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff & Chicester Film Society (Nov 05)
2004 Dog Days (3mins/dv/s8/04) Published on DVD for distribution with the Critical Arts Journal- TheIssues, (Dec 04/Jan 05) Screened at: OMSK, Limehouse Town Hall, London (Feb05) and Film Nights
2003-07 Way Past (9m34/35mm/03) screened at: Tyoko, Japan, (Nov 07) Casa Obscura, Montreal, Canada (October 06), Egise International Arts Festival, Carlow, Ireland (June 04), The Commonwealth Film Festival, Manchester, England (June 04), 8th Cinenygma Luxembourg International Film Festival (March04), 10th Victoria Independent Film &Video Festival, BC, Canada (Feb 04), New York Independent Film and Video Festival, USA (Nov 03), 23rd Amiens International Film Festival, France (Jury’s Special Mention, ‘Jeunes Auteur Europeen’, Nov 03), 48th Cork International Film Festival, Ireland (Oct 03), Short Cuts Cologne, Cologne, Germany (Sept 03), Diversions Festival, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland (July 03), 3rd Belfast Film Festival, Northern Ireland (Runner-up, Orange Short Film Prize, 03/03)
2001 Film 2001 (5m/s8-DV/01) The International Exhibitionists archive DVD 2005 and screened; Paris (Jan 06), ‘OMSK’ at the New York Film Anthology, USA (Sept 03),‘What are media?’ at The Jan van Eyke Academie, Maastrict, Holland, 2002, ‘ Until that Time’ at the Irish Film Centre, Dublin, Ireland
1999 Movements Recollected (22m/16mm/1999) screened at: 44th Regus London Film Festival, UK, Spazio Oberdan, Cineteca Italiana, Milan, Italy, The Belfast Film Festival, N. Ireland, The Kino 46, Bremen, Germany, Premier Screening, Omagh Arts Festival, Co.Tyrone, Northern Ireland
1998 Her Story (6m/s8-DV/98) screened at: Vulgar Tongues, The CCA, Glasgow, Scotland, and Artists Talk at The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland