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Relative Motion

VR/AR/Mixed Reality, TV/Film/Video, Multimedia Production, Audio Production

Who we are


Our team has a wealth of experience from across the ​theatre, music, technical ​and digital sectors.

Immersive Production Director, Chloe Miller Smith has worked across many disciplines; from opera to ballet, theatre to film, live television to immersive technology. She was a founder member of the Royal Opera House's team, The Audience Labs, and has worked as a freelance producer for many other organisations, including in the National Theatre's Immersive Storytelling Studio.

Creative Director, Christopher Lane is a pioneering theatre director who has worked extensively in new musicals, classics and opera. Christopher moved into narrative VR in 2017 with support from ACE to develop projects that fuse theatrical paradigms with VR technology working alongside Visualise and Breaking Fourth.

Technical Director, Andy Purves is an award-winning international theatre-maker, project manager and educator, with a 20-year practice in lighting for performance. Andy has also built a reputation as a trusted manager of heritage-based projects working in partnership with heritage, cultural, community and education organisations.

What we do

Virtual Reality has created a brand new performance space and a compelling new way to tell stories.

At Relative Motion, we work with you to create amazing narrative virtual reality content and then we share it with your audiences in unique, inspiring and intrinsically theatrical ways.

As theatre makers, spatial storytelling is at the heart of what we do. We harness the relative motion between bodies, spaces and stories and fuse this with the power of VR to put you, and your audiences, ​at the heart of the stories you tell.

Who we do it for

Relative Motion works with theatre organisations, the arts, heritage and culture sectors, and anyone who believes that immersive narratives can help them tell their story.

We are the bridge between immersive technology and artistry.