Category: News…

Reporting Glasgow – Lock-Down Special

This just in…! A news sketch, obviously very much bowing to The Day Today, with a surreal dash of Robert Popper and Peter Serafinowicz’s under-appreciated Look Around You. Shot around Glasgow in April on a Huawei, with a very polished sound-mix by David McKeitch. Thank you to Kitty Paterson, Liam and Jude Hughes, Briony Monroe, Tommy J. Brennan, and Luca… Read more →

Sync Or Swim

Scotland’s own Mallorca Lee (DJ/MC/producer/artist/podcaster) has written, performed, produced, and painted the artwork, for Acid & Eve, his album celebrating 30 years of acid house. Mark Boggis was asked by Mallorca if he would film him talking with Colin McKellar about the story and technology behind the album. This would go on Mallorca’s website for his loyal and lively fanbase.… Read more →

Mallorca Lee’s Acid & Eve

Promo I’ve cut for DJ/Producer/MC/podcaster Mallorca Lee’s album Acid & Eve, which celebrates 30 years of acid house. This was fun to do, as Mallorca wanted it to be a bit trippy, which lead to me tinkering with After Effects. Normally in an interview I’d look for opportunities to take out as many pauses, “umms” and “errrs…” but he was… Read more →

Boys On Film

For your viewing convenience here’s all the links to my shorts released by Peccadillo Pictures on their excellent Boys On Film range. Some links are for the entire compilation, which I’d urge you to watch (some of my faves are Vis-à-Vis, Mirrors, Remission, and PYOTR495). Read more →

Hamilton Mausoleum Suite

Francis Macdonald has been a prominent figure of the Scottish indy music scene since the late 80s. More recently he’s been making a name for himself writing scores for films and TV, which is how we know each other. Last November he invited DOP Mark Boggis to film the recording of the follow-up to his first classical album ‘Music for… Read more →

Blake’s 7

I made a short video in an attempt to introduce younger sci-fi fans to the BBC’s fabulous space adventure Blake’s 7. It has been referred to as “Britain’s answer to Star Trek”, and was made by many of the people involved with Doctor Who at the time. As someone whose earliest memories are of watching the show, I felt I’d… Read more →