• AYKAN
    During the time of a divisive presidential election a guest to city of Vienna traces how the cityscape represents itself as a place of residence and refuge. In this distinct stereoscopic film two separate image streams merge into spatial entities by the act of viewing. 
UK, Austria, 2018,10min, 3D(stereoscopic)Digital Video,16:9, Stereo, Distribution: LUX, London
  • RHINOCEROS
    Moving in together confronts a couple with inevitable adjustments to their personal autonomy. The dialogue employs the poetic verse structure of the pantoum, which imitates the entanglement of their commitment and acts as the language of a joined organism: a relationship. 
UK 2017, 3min, Original Fromat: Digital Video, 16:9, Stereo Distribution: LUX, London, UKChannel 4 Random Acts Commission through Northern Film, Newcastle,UK
  • EAVES APART
    Eaves Apart is a kinetic journey on a night bus on Essex Road, London; a coloured collage of overheard conversations, transitory sights, crowds, rain-lashed windows. Patterns of night travel and night travel in patterns. 
UK, 2015, 5min, Digital Animation, 16:9, Stereo Distribution: LUX, London, UKEssex Road II Commission through Tintype Gallery, London, UK
  • THE TENNANT
    During the time of a divisive presidential election a guest to city of Vienna traces how the cityscape represents itself as a place of residence and refuge. In this distinct stereoscopic film two separate image streams merge into spatial entities by the act of viewing. 
Multi-projection Installation, 2015, Digital Animation . Permeable Fabrics
  • TOSSE NOT MY SOULE
    Tosse Not My Soule counterpoints the polyphonic radiance of English Renaissance madrigal composition with contemporary urban realities. Three songs from the 16th century by John Dowland are performed by sounds and shapes from modern city life and paint a portrait of its inhabitants emotive states of longing and promise. 
UK, 2015, 5min, Digital Animation, 16:9, Stereo Distribution: LUX, London, UKChannel 4 Random Acts Commission through FLAMIN, London ,UK
  • WERESHEGLANSPERTHEERE
    Weresheglanspertheere examines the narrative and emotive impact when the matching of sound and image in a document appears uncertain or unreliable. The constant switching between recreated, heavily abstracted visuals of found online footage and sound documents, which were distorted to a point of censure, investigates the position of a witness to these nonfiction event 
UK 2014, 5min, Digital Animation, 3D(stereoscopic)16:9, Surround 5.1 Distribution: LUX,
  • THE CHIMERA OF M.
    Entering the already unfamiliar virtual space of a stereoscopic digital animation, viewers find themselves behind the eyes of an unseen and distinctly unreliable protagonist, so evasive that he and his motives can hardly be identified. Arriving by train at a town where he had once lived, he moves through the old haunts seemingly attempting to re-engage with two abandoned relationships, one with a man, one with a woman, yet frequently appearing simply to become more engaged with quotidian objects made hallucinatory by close scrutiny. The very fractured and expressive manifestation of the three-dimensional space in this stereoscopic film, combined with the protagonist’s point of view, puts the viewers inside these contorted relationships. The pounding and intimate interactions of the characters have to be endured, by being pushed through each situation locked into the identity of someone who refuses to participate or maybe even be. 
UK 2013, 25min, Digital Animation, 3D(stereoscopic)16:9, Surround 5.1 Distribution: LUX,FLAMIN Commission , London,UK
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    EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS shortlisted 2014
    Tiger IFFR 2014
    Grand Prix 25 FPS 2014
    Honorary Mention ARS ELECTONICA 2014
  • THAT WAS YOUR DOG
    A stream of animated snapshots reveals the high points of life, a witness commenting on a patchwork of hyper-emblematic, obscured scenes. This protagonist, in intimate conversation with an absent listener, reflects on each image, attempting to reveal its significance. His speech is littered with mannerisms, appropriating impersonal ad-like slogans and third person narration. He is unreliable: each anecdote, visual vignette, sound element, musical refrain and passage of dialogue distorts itself in the random progression of sound over image. A continuation in an ongoing investigation into the syntax and structure of filmic representation and its subversion, the work is a plea for authenticity in a fragmented and ceaselessly restructured context. 
UK 2012, Loop, Self Generating, Digital Animation, 16:9, Stereo Distribution: LUX Screen on the Underground Commission through LUX, London, UK
    Installation Version, Loop, Self Generating, Surround 4.0
  • DOOR BEARD BACON PINCH
    Perceived for public viewing displays this loop seeks to convince the viewer to witness their own recollection of personal memories. 
UK, 2011, 5min, Digital Animation, 16:9, Stereo Distribution: LUX, London, UK
  • THEM!
     UK, 2010, 9min, !6:9, Stereo, Film Performance with 4-7 Actors, Digital Animation
  • SUSY and Destiny
    This 360º video screen installation explores narratively the term “Supersymmetry”, which is used in particle physics to articulate the symmetry between forces and matter that is described as ‘an idea that history repeats itself to solve similar problems’. 
UK 2012, Loop, 360˚Projection, Quad Sound
  • ALBUM MATTER
    Album Matter is based on observations from recent cognitive research into the relationship between image recognition and exposure to high and low pitch sounds. A scrambled condensate of a personal photo album subjects the audience to such experiment. 
UK, 2010, 3min, Digital Animation, Stereo Distribution: LUX, London, UK
  • TRIBAND
    Triband expands the projection screen literally into the viewers head, as the perceived image is not present in the actual animated footage. Multiple instances of objects and scenes appear simultaneously in a blur of truth, like a distant memory, where uncertainty permeates the verity of the beholder. 
UK 2009, 4min, Digital Animation, Stereo Distribution: LUX, London, UK
  • GLOVE
    Sounds appear to be permeating through the projection walls from neighbours in this scaled up layout of an imagined flat and trigger fractured, associated and mysterious visuals. 
UK 2009, Loop, Multichannel Digital Animation, Multichannel Sound
  • REALMS PIN
    In “Realms Pin” two separate narratives reside simultaneously on-screen. In each scene one object assumes the role of a protagonist or witness. The discrepancies between both realities reveal the full story. 
UK, 2008, 6 min, Digital Animation, 4:3, Stereo Distribution: LUX
  • TIDE
    "Tide" has mostly been shown in conjunction with "Blur Belt" as an installation, adding the material matter to the latter film , it was intentionally suppressing. 
UK, 2008, 6 min, Digital Animation, 4:3, Stereo
  • BLUR BELT
    “Blur Belt” is an investigation into structure and syntax of cinematic representation, by stripping scenes off all their global content, order of narration or detail of reality, in order to distill and magnify their emotional ambition. The severe level of abstraction is used to emphasize values such as speed, weight, colour, form and sharpness and further to increase instability in the ambiguous riddle of familiarity and intimacy. 
UK, 2008, 9 min, Digital Animation, 4:3, Stereo Distribution: LUX
  • INTIMATE CUSTOMS
    A collection of experimental video loops exploring emotion states through their particular expressive animation technique. 
UK, 2008, 9 min, Digital Animation, 4:3, Stereo Distribution: LUX
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  • SOUND FOCUS
    Part of a series of experiments on alternative animation techniques created during the Animate! residency at the Animation Department of the London College of Communication, UK. 
UK, 2007, Loop Digital Animation, 4:3, Stereo
  • IDENTITY SLICE
    Part of a series of experiments on alternative animation techniques created during the Animate! residency at the Animation Department of the London College of Communication, UK. 
UK, 2007, Loop Digital Animation, 4:3, Stereo
  • FRAME ERASURE
    Part of a series of experiments on alternative animation techniques created during the Animate! residency at the Animation Department of the London College of Communication, UK. 
UK, 2008, 2min, Digital Animation, 4:3, Stereo
  • TIME TEAR
    Part of a series of experiments on alternative animation techniques created during the Animate! residency at the Animation Department of the London College of Communication, UK. 
UK, 2008, Loop, Digital Animation, 16:9, Stereo
  • TURF WALTZ
    "Turf Waltz" investigates the dislocation of senses both as a narrative device, and as a physical experience. Two opposite installed image streams appear to be retelling a moment from either two perspectives or diverging memory of the protagonists. 
UK, 2007, 9 min, Digital Animation Installation, 4:3, Tri Sound
    EXCERPTS
  • THE CONSERVATION
    UK, 2006, Loop, Digital Animation Installation, 3:4, tri sound
  • PURPLE GREY
    A vivid imagination can be a seductive but debilitating distraction from life. Twisted fantasies, associations and flashbacks offer an enticing escape, and even a mundane room may be made more bearable by mentally morphing space and time. But in this instance the unhindered and infinite virtual flood of imagery and meaning turns into an insensitive, dreary obstruction. 
UK, 2006, 7 min, Digital Animation, 16:9, Stereo Distribution: LUXAnimate!/Channel 4 Commission
    EXCERPTS
  • WALKER
     
UK, 2006, 4 min, Digital Animation, 4:3, Stereo
  • PEAK PROJECT
    Peak gives a backstage insight into an improbable theatre production. Sets are built, equipment tested and surreal characters rehearse their acts or just kill time. Theatrical visual illusions suggest the possibility of bending time and space, while stage props are alive and form a natural part of the cast. Their arrangements form a collection of allegories in the language of theatrical symbolism; pre-production turns out to be a space where unreal forms can rehearse their future existence. 
UK, 2005, 6 min, Digital Animation, 4:3, Stereo Distribution: LUX
  • GLANCE PROJECT
    UK, 2005, Loop, Digital Animation, 4:3, Stereo Distribution: LUX
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