Now that the film festival submissions are over and done with, the video is now available to view again. Most of my time lately has been spent finishing my short film, ‘Hunted’, shot two and a half years ago. With wrapping up university and other challenges I’ve finally managed to get it finished. So without […]Read More The wait is over
It’s hard to believe that it has been almost a year since work started on Hunted. The film progresses slowly, but it progresses. We have a trailer though. Check it out below… The music is taken from PROXiMITY, composed by Daniel James. You can check out the soundtrack at http://hybridtwo.bandcamp.com/album/proximity-ostRead More Hunted Trailer
Been a very busy semester leaving not a lot of time for writing or photography. I’ve not been idle though, and have found myself writing and directing a short film for one of my modules. Very stressful and very tiring getting it finished and handed in on time. So here it is. http://vimeo.com/82024720 Hope you […]Read More Writer’s Block
For the last few days, this has been our home from home. This has been the hub of our main shooting location – the Roger Steven’s Building at the University of Leeds. This was a purpose built, state of the art colour TV studio built in the 70’s and resides on level five. The building […]Read More Home From Home
Producing even a short film like Hunted, has proved to be a very stressful experience. I admit, this is the very first time I’ve done this, so its new territory for me, but a great learning experience. And because it is a small time thing, with a volunteer army, I get to do things I […]Read More Shopping for Women’s Clothing.
https://www.facebook.com/HuntedShortFilm Over the last couple of months I’ve been feverishly – and I mean feverishly – writing a short screenplay for filming over July. It has been a mad and stressful and yet, fun experience so far. I’m going to post more about the film and the madness behind the scenes over the next couple […]Read More This Summer’s Project is…
Lens whacking (aka free lensing) is a video technique where an old manual focus lens is used in front of a digital camera body, but not attached. The idea is that you can move the focus and let in light leaks. The beauty of this technique is that you get a really nice old fashioned […]Read More Lens Whacked