Director Graeme Roger

Exhibited in Inverness Art Gallery

Supported by Creative Scotland

The ‘fly on the wall’ film documents MacKenzie as he explores the ideas behind his personal research into the Kingdom of Moray, and these findings inevitably cross paths with his own life story which is mired by daily conflicts as he struggles to communicate and process information.  As a recovering alcoholic and substance abuser (clean for 22 years) MacKenzie talks freely about his experiences and how they have shaped and influenced him. During the late 1960’s and 70’s he was a part of several bands including White Trash and spent time in the USA with the New York Dolls as well as being a flat-mate with Lemmy from Motorhead.  MacKenzie was always the third man, his autism and addictions meant he was un-able to realise his potential as a musician.