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Lab Media is a company that is committed to taking on creative, artistic, and challenging projects. With a team of skilled professionals who are passionate about pushing boundaries and exploring new avenues for creative expression, Lab Media consistently delivers innovative and thought-provoking work. Whether it's producing cutting-edge films, designing immersive installations, or developing new digital platforms, Lab Media thrives on taking on projects that require a unique combination of creativity, technical expertise, and strategic thinking. By consistently pushing the boundaries of what is possible, Lab Media is able to create truly inspiring and impactful work that engages audiences and leaves a lasting impression.


Verse Converse

A truly accessible multi-media installation that enables complete strangers to create music purely from body heat. 

As a person’s body heat radiates upwards, so it causes a rotor above to turn, affecting a sensor. Each rotation creates a musical note. Depending upon participants' differing temperatures, they will compose a unique piece of music as a collective.


30 Years of Tots 2 Teens

We planned and created a short documentary film with young people to celebrate 30 years of Broadland Council's Tots 2 Teens holiday programme. All participants learnt film-making skills including, camera angles, interview techniques, lighting and editing.

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Early Ears

“Early Ears” was a National Foundation for Youth Music funded project delivered by Future Projects in Norwich, in partnership with University Campus Suffolk, Laboratory Media Education, and Music Therapist Ingrid Roberts. The project sought to improve the musical and wider development of children under five in challenging circumstances.   Two parallel music programmes were delivered on a weekly basis over two years within early years settings in deprived communities of Norfolk. The first delivered Music Tech sessions using modern devices, apps and software within a free-flow environment. The second consisted of a free-flow community music approach informed by music therapy techniques using acoustic, non-tech instruments.

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