Voyager 2

2019 Home Education projection project in King's Lynn

Voyager 2 - Home Education Project Project

In early 2019 Pete ran a 6 week project for home educated children to create videos for projection onto two heritage buildings of Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

Voyager 2 was continuation of the narrative and visual style created for his 2017 R&D Voyager project.

Five short films were created within the central theme covering local historic topics:

  • Seahenge
  • Frerick Savage
  • True's Yard
  • The Red Mount
  • Signs

The children collaborated with the Lynn Museum and True's Yard to come up with content for the projections, which were shown on the Custom House and St Nicholas Chapel. Whilst the original 2017 R&D film was shown Greyfriars Tower.

Pete worked with and taught two of the children the animation techniques to create the films and worked with a third young adult to create the programming used on Custom House.

The council installed a joystick and button array at the Custom House which was used to control the speed and direction of the films and also allowed the user to skip and pause.

Gavin Toomey who worked with Pete and Beatrice Bray on Voyager 1 also assisted in the project.


The project was on display to the public from Thursday 21st February 2019 for two weeks.  The council have since run the films several times since.


Lynn News - 8th March 2019


Pi & Mash
King's Lynn, UK
Team Members
Home Educated Children
Gavin Toomey
Supported By
King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council
Matthew Usher