Published on April 10, 2017 by Made Better Media


We were very pleased to contribute video and voice-over work to an exhibition opening this weekend at Brighton Museum.  

It's a little-known fact that John Constable, one of the most famous English painters ever to put paint to canvas, stayed in Brighton between 1824 and 1828 and produced around 150 works in that time.

We interviewed curator Peter Harrap for a three-minute video and recorded voice-over representing John Constable's letters to a friend.  

The exhibition Constable and Brighton runs until October.