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FILM MAKING

A variety of practical projects

MUSIC VIDEO

How You Move On

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Fightmilk

September 2018

An indie band from South East London, Fightmilk approached me to create a video for them to feature on their debut album Not With That Attitude. The song is about a crappy ex who thinks it's a good idea to get a commemorative tattoo each time a relationship ends (a true story in the lead singers case.) I decided use this story to base the video around, and set it in a life-drawing class featuring a cocky model and a vengeful audience.

You can read more about the video, and watch it, here:

MUSIC VIDEO

Dream Partner

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Wolf Girl

October 2018

SE London based foursome Wolf Girl asked me to direct and edit a video for them to go alongside their single track featuring on their second album Every Now and Then. Dream Partner is a queer cowboy wonderland, featuring a variety of bad dates, line dancing and water pistol Mexican standoffs. The band were very clear in what they wanted, meaning that we were able to quickly produce a quality video that everyone was very proud of.

You can read more about the video, and watch it, here:

MUSIC VIDEO

alex, keep yr hands to yrself

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adults

March 2019

alex, keep yr hands to yrself was a unique project I was very privileged to be a part of. This video pushed my editing skills to the limit and taught me many new ones. My proudest achievement with this would be the VHS effect over the video, which I added manually.

adults were a pleasure to work with and, despite not meeting them in person, we had a great report throughout the process.

You can read more about the video, and watch it, here:

MUSIC VIDEO

Pizza in my Pants

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Panic Pocket

March 2018

I am great friends with the members of Panic Pocket, so working with them to create their debut video was so much fun! This video is here for all the gals that feel a little lost in life, when all your friends are doing so well, and just to remind you that pizza, pants and mates will always be there. I adore the punky, colourful vibes this video brings as I feel it captures energy from both the song and the band themselves.

You can read more about the video, and watch it, here: