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  1. It’s Funny Even If You Don’t Know The People In It

    Date 07 Oct 2012
    My corporate - music video - comedy career continued in September 2012, Directing a mega busy corporate shoot with the good folk of Pernod Ricard, in a great little green screen studio in West London The last few weeks I’ve been working with Knock Knock Productions to develop a fun…

  2. Gorillas In London’s Mist

    Date 24 Aug 2012
    One of my more bizarre photography commissions in August 2012, involved photographing people dressed as Gorillas in London for The Gorilla Organisation’s publicity for “The Great Gorilla Run”, a sponsored fun run. We were granted permission to shoot on one of the London Eye pods which is something I’ve always…

  3. The Lightbulb Project

    Date 10 Jul 2012
    I’ve been visiting a lot of exhibitions lately and been really enjoying viewing photographs the way that they were meant to be viewed: big on a wall. Only here do you really appreciate a photograph, the texture of the print, the subtleties of the subject and study the potential story…

  4. Everything Looks Better With A Fisheye

    Date 30 Apr 2012
    A dark, grim, twisted and scary music video for underground beat makers Punkture Sluts had us all running around in circles Last year I worked with the band “Punkture Sluts” on an excellent photo shoot involving zombies in the 50’s for their EP, producing some striking images. Fast forward a…

  5. My First International Shoot

    Date 12 Dec 2011
    In November 2011 I Directed the 6 CEO’s of DHL in their own rendition of a Bruno Mars song, in Germany, on my first international shoot, wearing the most idiotic moustache. Got your attention then… Maverick Advertising and Design had contacted me to concept and direct a short, easy and…

  6. Merce Circus  (4/4)

    Date 17 Oct 2011
    Part 4/4 of project writeup, on short dance film “Suspect Number 4” At Stratford Circus, ‘Merce Circus’ was a celebration of the work of Merce Cunningham and one of the final ever performances of his dance company. The place was buzzing and we were welcomed with a video of Merce’s…

  7. Symphony of Chance (3/4) 

    Date 10 Oct 2011
    Part 3/4 of project writeup, on short dance film “Suspect Number 4” It was 5 days till deadline day, and we had a cut which we were nearly happy with. East London Dance had arranged a meeting with an award winning international video artist called Gerry Fox to watch the…

  8. Through The Looking Glass (2/4) 

    Date 18 Sep 2011
    Part 2/4 of project writeup, on short dance film “Suspect Number 4” I was armed with my trusty Nikon D7000 and a Nikon 14-24mm wide angle lens, and we had our excellent crew of Annie and Adam, with Chi Lin and Tommima ably assisting us and our Cluedo cast of…

  9. Chance Procedures (1/4)  

    Date 01 Sep 2011
    Part 1/4 of project writeup, on short dance film “Suspect Number 4” CHANCE PROCEDURESIt was pitched to me as a 3 minute dance film based on Cluedo using ‘chance procedures’. The last part worried me slightly, as it suggested a lack of intel before we even started shooting and…

  10. Watching The Trees

    Date 05 Jul 2011
    A breezy music video for Ska band “Maroon Town” with inspiration from Her Majesty’s favourite secret agent in New Orleans. What could go wrong The breezy summer track “Watching The Trees” is about the destruction of our natural environment in tandem with our own wellbeing. We follow a basic narrative…

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