Snapshot 

Off to the Lowewood Museum in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire tomorrow to add a soldier to our historical figures featuring in their short film Absolutely. Members of the museum’s Youth Panel have appeared as Romans, Victorians, and even someone from the sixties.

Staying In Character

Lowewood Museum’s Youth Panel’s Yanena maintaining character between shots at Lowewood Museum ‘s shoot for their new short film “Absolutely” supported by Royal Opera House Bridge. 

Carve Up

Shooting some test footage today at Hoddesdon’s Lowewood Museum for our new short film: Absolutely. I got a little distracted by a fabulous stone carving workshop that was taking place in the grounds of the museum led by stone carver Simon Keeley MA – Stone Carver & Sculptor who isn’t featured in the photo. One of the great things about …

And On The Panel…

Looking forward to working with the Youth Panel from Lowewood Museum in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire on their new short film. Such a fantastic museum with a great programme and such interesting exhibits. 

The People’s Fish

  Put together this little short using archive footage from ITN Source and music from Audio Network for the ITN Source Short Film Competition 2016.   I could have made many choices, told various stories, and created numerous narratives with the abundance of footage, audio, and music that was available. With exactly the same footage but in a different order would my …

Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud on Set

Mud, mud, glorious mud… We’ve now finished filming the final sequences for our short film: “The Boy and the Boat”. Now on to post production. The mud was not always as helpful as we would have liked and sometimes when needed didn’t even bother to turn up on set. And that’s despite it being booked way ahead of schedule. Of …

The Memory Palace

https://vimeo.com/84812833 We’ve finished “The Memory Palace” and have entered it into the Reed Short Film Competition 2014.  The film takes a look at artist Maxine King’s work and her family’s contribution to that. Work and motherhood are often seen as mutually exclusive. The Memory Palace pushes this notion to one side to show how being a mother and an artist …