Our projects

Ecogeographer brings together ongoing and completed projects ranging in size from small projects with like-minded individuals and collectives to large undertakings with more-than-profit businesses, charities, trusts and galleries. All these projects focus on innovation in the field of art, design, sustainability and deal with landscape-based issues.

WON BY WALKING: 2020-21
One of 30 researchers invited to initiate a network for collaboration, discussion and experimentation within the area of research methodologies concerned with walking. Working remotely & in Vålådalen, Sweden. Funded by Riksbankens jubileumsfond, Sweden.

Colleagues preparing for Vålådalen, Sweden, Won by Walking.

UNLOCK NATURE: NATURE LIBÉRÉÉ 2020
Co-exploring community perceptions of nature in Mauritius using digital participatory methods during lockdown. 

Unlock Nature. Studying effects of Covid-19 and perception of nature in Mauritius
Co-designing with NGO Reef Conservation and the University of Plymouth

Ruritage 2019-22
Rural regeneration through systemic heritage-led strategies. Developed perceptual based workshops using rapid material prototyping and visual methods to assist in the monitoring of landscapes. Now co-developing data collection.

Ruritage workshops by Dominica Williamson
Design work: Dominica Williamson

Coral Communities 2017-18
Building Socio-Ecological Resilience to Coral Reef Degradation in the Islands of the Western Indian Ocean. Co-created an innovative arts-based method to help communities visualize and build on ideas of resilience using participatory methods.


Coral Communities Film from andyhughes on Vimeo.

tagscape 2016-ongoing 
Gathering, sensing and picturing perceptual and natural data. 
Leverhulme artist-in-residence. Researched and produced innovative participatory mapping methods at Plymouth’s School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences.

Setting up TAGSCAPE exhibition at RGS-IBG Annual International Conference.

Disposable Cup 1995-ongoing
Self initiated project. Collecting and exhibiting disposable cups since 1995. For instance: ‘Drinking from the World: The Disposable Cup’ exhibition at Basile Gallery, Herron School of Art and Design, Indiana, USA, 2010.

Photograph: Chalky Whyte


House of Springs: Trengwainton 
2016-18
Artist, designer and facilitator in heritage garden project. Created the initial look and feel of project, co-created plant-based workshops and delivered seasonal plant illustrations for digital, print and exhibition use.

Dominica Williamson exploring Yellow Rhody's in Cornwall.
Photograph: Dominica Williamson


Cornwall Archaeological Society
2017
Directed the creation of an image archive and overall design strategy. Redesigned website and continue to improve website with subcommittee.

Design and strategy work by Dominica Williamson
Design work: Dominica Williamson


The Giant Outdoors
2015
Oral history and archaeological mapping. Beta Version 1.0 launched
Directed and designed an interactive map in the form of a web app to interpret and reflect on an archaeological landscape. Working to develop a version 2.0.

Design: Dominica Williamson


Rate My View  
2015
Created promotional material for downloadable App. Managed creative team to output video and print assets.

Design: Dominica Williamson. Photograph: Andy Hughes


The Giant’s Quoit
2014-15
Directed, designed and managed all print and digital assets for this award winning project. Also developed educational and outreach resources and oral history.

Design: Dominica Williamson

Eden Project Florilegium 2014
Redesigned newsletter and website. Working with committee to improve outreach.

Design: Dominica Williamson

The First Wave 2012-13
Made 14 oral history interviews in Cornwall and Ireland. Inteviewed professional and local surf heros such Dan ‘Mole’ Joe and Chris Hines MBE.

Art direction: Helen Munro Berry. Main photograph: Andy Hughes

Eden Project Florilegium 20072009
Worked towards first botanical plate for scientific archive.
Continue to submit, publish and exhibit work. For instance, exhibiting in Radical Botany, Eden Project, 2020

Scientific Name: Ulex europaeus, Common Name: European Gorse, Artist: Dominica Williamson

theirwork 2005-6
Co-developed ethnographic mapping software – read about the project in Re-thinking Maps

Author Emmet Connolly & Dominica Williamson


Green Map System 2003-2004
Design director for Green Map Atlas. Published in Fuad-Luke, A. (2005) ‘Green Map Atlas’, The Eco Design Handbook, London: Thames and Hudson (2nd edition) p.177.

Design direction: Dominica Williamson. Designer: Asako Kondo