Worlds First Bicycle

This is a short animation about the creation of the Worlds First bicycle and it’s eventful journey in 1842, via a Gorbals jail on the outskirts of Glasgow, whilst being ridden by it’s inventor, Kirkpatrick Macmillan.

Braidwood trail

An interactive App to guide you through the site of the Braidwood, home of the worlds first deaf school, of the wheel of destiny and the stairway to somewhere. #HHA2017

Rotoscope revived!

Short animations made with participants at City Edinburgh Libraries in 2016 & Serenity Cafe in 2017.

HubStep Dynamo

Video of performance with McFalls chamber of Kirkpatrick’s Journey  in Stirling Tolbooth filmed in April ’15 and the animation backdrop made by Conrad Molleson and Adam Gierasimiuk.  

Speedy Skier

      This Project involved a group of young autistic learners from Kaimes School, aged between 14 & 18, working in partnership with animation students from ECA and our production team. It was originally called the Digital Dudes, briefly became Awesome Skier Gurlz until the group finally settled upon the name Speedy Skier. The…


CHAiN celebrates Scotland’s role in the development and innovation of the bicycle and its significance as a mode of recreation and transport.

Dog Defender

Save the rocks from advancing quarrymen with the fierce bark of Haggis the hound!

Unsung Stories

A series of animated films made with children and young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Stones & Thrones

An animated film about the history of the Stone of Destiny, created with residents and volunteers from Edinburgh Cyrenians

Rock Opera

An on-line resource to promote interest in the Geology specific to Holyrood Park

Musical Monuments

Development programme with Historic Scotland about the legacy of Gododdin

Rock Opera App

This on-line resource features a variety of engagement tools to promote interest in the Geology specific to Holyrood Park

Rock Up

4 short animation pieces made by autistic children in response to ranger-led activities on Arthurs Seat


Launchpad is an environmental project designed to engage young people with special needs in participatory learning activities

Pretty Gritty

A piece of music written for piano & ensemble by Conrad Molleson


A creative multi-media arts project using music and animation exploring the 5 elements


Te Bogo comes from Johannesburg to Eigg to teach and perform Pantsula


An animated title sequence created for a Channel 4 pilot series of the same name