2022 British Science Festival, Art AI Festival, £6,350
2022 EPSRC UK-RAS Network Pump Priming: Industrial Automation and Optimisation: Human Robot Collaboration, Corobotics and Autonomous Systems (PI Prof Philip Breedon/NTU, CI Prof Marc Hanheide/Lincoln)
2022 Heritage Lottery Fund (Leicester City Council), Art AI Festival £12,680
2021-22 AHRC (InnovateUK & Design Museum) 'Net Zero' Design Challenge Pilot Scheme (AH/W008173/1) Leicester Outdoor Pursuits Centre, with Zainab Muhammed, £16,043
2020 Arts Council England, £60,250 (ACPG-00196790) Art AI Festival, Leicester City Council (£3,000), Phoenix (£5,000) plus in-kind support
2019 Arts Council England, £14,999 (ACPG-00164056) Art AI Festival
2018 InnovateUK Audiences of the Future (PI: Sophy Smith), £205,528 (total project £6.58M): Immersive performances of the future (partners: Royal Shakespeare Company, The Philharmonia Orchestra, Punchdrunk International, Manchester International Festival (MIF), Jingo Juice Ltd t/a Marshmallow Laser Feast (MLF), Magic Leap, Intel, Epic Games, NESTA, i2 media, Goldsmiths University, Uni Portsmouth, Arts Council England, The Space, Phi Centre Montreal)
2017 InnovateUK Knowledge Transfer Partnership Scheme (KTP010965): Serendipity Artists Movement Limited, business development, £109,948
2017 University of Otago (PI Dr Tony Garry) Cyborg and relationship marketing research project development, NZ$20,000
2015 InternetNZ (PI Dr Tony Garry) Compromising Privacy for Convenience and Wellbeing on the Internet of Things, NZ$30,224
2014 University of Otago (PI Dr Tony Garry) Compromising Privacy for Convenience and Wellbeing on the Internet of Things, NZ$5,000
2014 AHRC Cultural Values Project (AH/L014203/1): Machinima: an investigation into the contribution of participatory user-generated machine-cinema to cultural values, £47,563.
2009 Knowledge Transfer Partnerships Scheme: Phoenix Square digital arts centre (KTP007720), international audience development for digital arts, £125,445.
2009 Knowledge Transfer Partnerships Scheme: Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People (KTP007325), social media development strategy, £93,319.
2008 Arts and Humanities Research Council Catalyst Scheme: Creative Skills Workshops, £16,706.