SARAH 'SABDIS' HEMMAIDA (2015) - Commissioned by Made Corrections and filmed and edited by Chloë Plumb under Stretch New Media, this video portrait featured on the Guardian Online, and provides an insight into the practice and life artist Sarah ‘Sabdis’ Hemmaida. The film was made for the 'Art as Opportunity' Exhibition at downstairs at Mother in September 2015, which showcased former prisoners art along side world famous artists such as Jeremy Deller.  



THE KEEPER (2013) - A personal film exploring loss, memory and widowhood. 

Filmed and edited by Chloë Plumb.



HEARTACHE OF MY EYES (2013) - commissioned by Raging Calm Productions this  video documents a two week theatre workshop with 12 participants to explore issues around drug use through dramatic writing and performance. Under the direction of playwright Che Walker and director Claire Stone, the participants created an inspiring performance. Filmed and edited by Chloë Plumb.



STORY'S OUT - (2013) A documentary that collates and re-represents self-authored narratives from members of the prison community. Following charity director/ex-offender Carlotta Allum as she delivers Digital Storytelling workshops to a group of female inmates at HMP Bronzefield, we join her on a physical and emotional journey from the inside to out and back again, as she tells her story and her participants share theirs. Filmed and edited by Chloë Plumb.



WHO'S AFRAID OF THE DARK? (2015) - a video commissioned by Scarabeus Aerial Theatre documents a creative collaboration between the company. writer Nicky Singer and Grafton Primary School which incorporated visual theatre, aerial dance and inventing stories inspired by their local forest and traditional fairy tales. Filmed and edited by Chloë Plumb.



EXODUS – TAKE PART (2017): A documentary capturing a pilot participatory arts project by Scarabeus Aerial Theatre, for young people and families at Keys Meadow School in Enfield, North London. The project brought together groups of migrant and non-migrant communities to aid communication, improve understanding and challenge negative perceptions around refugee arrivals. Film commissioned by Scarabeus Aerial Theatre and filmed and edited by Chloë Plumb.