Charlotte Palmer

Charlotte is an actress, a comedian, a writer, a musician, a street performer, an improviser – not necessarily in that order! She’s done it all and still does. She vowed never to write a one woman show and so, very recently, she did just that, combining all the skills she has acquired over the years.

Stephen Dale Petit

Comprehensive site for blues aficionado and guitar supremo Stephen Dale Petit. Includes merchandising and record sales, video player and detailed back catalogue.


Improvisers of industrial ambience Ampersand use found and recycled objects such as discarded pianos, corrugated iron, shell casings, oil drums, broken keyboards , scaffold and blow torches Plink! Bonk! Crash!

Population TV

CGI 3D interface with video showreel and secure client demo area for commercial music composers Population TV


Original site for guitarist Stephen Dale Petit’s first album, Guitararama When he talks about the Blues, one can tell guitarist Stephen Dale Petit is a man driven by a love for this most vital genre of music from which most modern guitar music is directly descended.

Simple Kid

Simple Kid, the talking brain; a unique web site and stand alone application using an Artificial Intelligence model developed in-house. The visitor is able to coherently interrogate a virtual representation of the artist’s brain on a variety of topics. Winner of B.T. Internet Music Awards, featured on Radio 1 and exhibited at the Institute of … Continue reading “Simple Kid”

Amnesty International

Promotional site and interactive installation for an Amnesty International event at the I.C.A. October 2003 to support the International Arms Control campaign. Five days of music, film, art and talks curated by BBC DJs Zane Lowe, Jo Whiley, The Dreem Teem, Verity Sharp and Fiona Talkington Included an on-site interactive installation where visitors, both on-line … Continue reading “Amnesty International”

Deviant Records

Now defunct Deviant Records, home to Paul van Dyk, DJ Sammy, Spooky, Ashtrax, and Witchman was one of the largest independent dance labels. This 2001 site, innovative in its time, included revamps of many old arcade games. Now preserved for posterity. RIP Rob Deacon