‘4.45’ contains found footage taken during earthquakes, leaflets from the 2019 UK general election campaign and a voice reading out various rates that the UK minimum wage has been set at, amongst other things. Earthquake footage got me thinking about how we represent things that are huge and hard to image, like political moments, and how a portion of someone’s life is represented as an hourly wage. This work was completed during the first lockdown in the UK in 2020. Thanks to students of Wimbledon’s Print and Time Based Media course, who can be seen (obscured) standing up and sitting down. This was shot at the time that their degree course was being closed.