Some older works:
132 min HD Animation mute
Dustbust is a durational feature length silent animation (132 min) which simultaneously reveals/erases dust. Digitially cleaning the dust off of film is called dustbusting. It was a mundane job I have spent weeks doing that if done well the labour is invisible in the final film. This cyclical drawing takes this process to its never-ending extreme.
Weather Series 2013-
Ongoing series of sketch videos usually shot on a phone whilst travelling.
Rain (Sri Lanka)
H.R. Giger's Smile 2012
1.5 min seamless loop
HD Animation screened on digital photoframe
H.R. Giger’s Smile, 2012 is an animated postcard made from a found postcard from The Alien artist’s artwork. It was made for a postcard exhibition displayed on a digital photo frame in the shop window of the Salvation Army on Deptford High St for Bringing Home the Art curated by artist Holly Stevenson for Deptford X 2012 arts festival. For sale board games were piled up in the window alongside the participating artists’ postcards in charity shop all whilst the Olympics was taking place.
5 min mute seamless loop
The curators of the Paupers, Patients & Students exhibition invited me to create a moving image piece to commemorate the century old St Philips building’s past and its imminent demolition to create more modern LSE classrooms. Quite apt now a few years later considering the ever increasing amount of building work going on in London. Vestige is a seamlessly looping mute 5 min video of a ghostly misted up window in the now demolished building. It was projected using a hidden projector into the air shaft wall outside. It was viewed from the corridor window.
More details of the show.
Serendipity (NW & SE) 2011
Dual channel Video from Super 8 film with audio
The following films were shot, each with a small dog at my side,
at dawn on the North West coast in Kirby & dusk on the South East coast in Frinton-On-Sea in an English winter, three months apart.
Each are childhood holiday destinations of mine & good friend Julia’s, revisited 20 years later. We saw our great aunts whilst there, Peggy & Dizz, inspirational ladies in our lives. There was a certain amount of luck & parallels involved in both shoots, the dualisms I only noted later. Both were shot on Super 8 & solely edited on camera.
Rest in Peace Peggy & Dizz.