The Lost Ones

‘The Lost Ones’ was the result of an FVU Jerwood commission. In the film characters (played by a mixture of actors and non-actors, some of whom have personal experience of the UK’s ‘hostile environment) respond to cruel questioning from a voice off-screen. The voice is coming from a creature that lives inside the walls of […]

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The Anchorite

This was intended as a live performance but got pushed online during 2020’s first lockdown. Oliver and I started with the idea of a tech billionaire prepping for a climate-apocalypse. An anchorite is someone who chooses to be permanently imprisoned in a cell, usually part of a church, and devotes the rest of their life […]

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Dreams of Safety

‘Dreams of Safety’ is a series of short videos, mostly including interviews, that explore themes of safety and how we regard prior periods of safety after they have been disrupted. Begun during the Covid 19 pandemic, the series also touches on other examples including disruption to supply chains when container ship the Evergiven blocked the […]

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The Jump Room

‘The Jump Room’ was inspired by a conspiracy theory about an elevator that connects Earth and Mars and is used to train future US presidents. Two screens came to reflect the two sites of the elevator. I was struck by the way proponents of the theory performed when explaining it, and ultimately I contrasted this […]

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‘Acinema’ was a response to Jean-François Lyotard’s essay of the same title, which proposes that truly radical cinema would either be excessively mobile or excessively still. Through stop frame animation, this film attempts both. Sound was gathered via the onboard mic of the camera capturing the image; in this way sound in the room whilst […]

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‘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 […]

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exactly what we don’t need right now

‘Exactly what we don’t need right now’ was made within the context of locked down universities in 2020-21, where buildings stood empty and the people working within institutions were forced to improvise, often in difficult circumstances. UK universities have made huge investments in real estate in recent decades, whilst teaching budgets have decreased. In lockdown, […]

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‘ROT’ was an improvised live set with Siôn Parkinson and Dushume (Amit Patel). We played the video score from behind a large semi-opaque plastic projection screen. Instruments included treated guitar, drone synthesisers, voice and hand-made electronics. […]

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