A short film exploring the relationship between trees, creation mythology, and the decontextualised nature of media.
Created through a diverse array of analogue mediums, the piece also incorporates natural elements such as soil, wood, water, leaves and more into the filmmaking process.
Eco-printing method where paper is bundled with leaves and soaked in white vinegar for two weeks. Images shot on digital and printed using inkjet.
A short experimental film based upon Carl Gustav Jung's writings on eco-pscyhology.
The film was created using a combination of medium format film shot on a Diana F+, as well as an animation sequence crafted from frames printed entirely by hand in a darkroom.
The moorland landscape of North Yorkshire seen through a plastic lens, using cheap Russian 35mm cinema stock and developed at home in coffee. An ethereal black and white collection that depicts a dream-like world where time stands still.
UNE HISTOIRE NON OFFICIELLE DE JACQUES COUSTEAU
A short film exploring the life of famed aquatic explorer and filmmaker, Jacques Cousteau.
Shot entirely in the studio, the film makes use of low budget cardboard sets and props, and is edited in the style of a continuous take.
A short collection of wildly abstract images created through the use of water and aged cyanotype paper. Explosions of blue and white dance across each image with the vigour of experimentation.
A silent short that looks at the relationship between the hunter and the hunted.
Created using a Canon C100.
Death of Animism
A contact printing project intended to generate awareness on the death of animist belief systems, now replaced with their detrimental modern counterparts.
Created using the lumen printing process, where light-sensitive paper is exposed to the sun after objects are placed upon it.
In this case leaf cuttings and stencils are combined to form the imagery.
Experiments in Electricity
Part of a larger filmmaking project, these stills were created through shocking colour film with a Wimshurst static electricity generator.
For the tree images, the subjects were first shot before then exposing the film to electricity.
Portraits of celebrated Cornish filmmaker Mark Jenkin, created through the lith printing method.
Printed on expired paper for the grainy texture, then toned in cheap coffee for the colouration.
The film was additionally developed through the Caffenol-C method.
Splattering photo paper with water and pouring it through while exposing in the sun created this miniature portfolio of bruised abstracts. More to come.
A photo project utilising the double exposure method with traditional film-based mediums.
Centred on Bissoe Valley Nature Reserve, the project explores the multi-faceted relationships existing within a place.