Alice Britton


Since co-founding Squint/Opera, Alice has directed and produced a wide range of large-scale film and digital projects for architects, masterplanners and other key stakeholders shaping cities including BIG, Heatherwick Studio and the V&A. Starting in 2001 creating films using just a hand held camera, Alice's work has evolved with technology and recent projects have incorporated VR, motion tracking techniques and interactive digital elements. She continues to play a key role in exploring new technologies and how they can be used to improve the future of the built environment.

Some of Squint/Opera’s recent media projects include producing a range of immersive exhibits for the observatory in the Empire State Building, and the Weill Cornell Medical Centre Discovery Wall in New York, a digital artwork which communicates information about medical discoveries via 2800 mini screens.

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