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An aspiring screenwriter/director based in London. Since completing a BA in Digital Film Production at Ravensbourne university, I've been developing my technical proficiency and expanding my network as I aim to break into the industry by collaborating on exciting projects with ambitious individuals. I have worked on major commercial projects with companies such as Agile Films and Warner Music, although most of my content has been self-produced, ranging from music videos and short films to experimental works, including my most recent film 'The Masters of Dreams ©' which is currently in post-production and will be going out to festivals this year. I have been writing for approximately four years now. I have been developing a feature script during that time between shorter individual projects and client briefs. My feature script is set on the poignant topic of a selfless homeless community during the 1980's in South Bronx as they adopt a young child, that unknown to them is a guardian angel. I am constantly honing my voice as an artist, taking inspiration from early avant-garde movements and contemporary experimental filmmakers. However, my biggest influences are Chris Cunningham, Stanley Kubrick and David Lynch; bold, fearless artists that challenge the form with their stylised visions. I also consider my work to be very visual, evoking dark moods with deep, underlying subtexts. From my portfolio, you can identify my flexibility when adhering to a client briefs. As I do with my own work, I try to attach each brand to its own visual identity. I approach every project with this ambition, taking an open-minded approach and having an attention to detail in order to represent the client in the most truthful way.
I've been freelancing as a videographer/editor for fashion and cultural lifestyle blogs, whilst completing my experimental film 'The Masters of Dreams ©' and gaining further upcoming experience on shoots for companies such as Pulse Films.
I assisted with BTS on UK rap artist Tinie Tempah's 'Trampoline' Music Video.
I managed the workflow on the set of two Music Videos, for Yerosha's 'Tell It To Me Now' and Lilth and the Knight's 'Wake Up'. Most recently, I worked on short film ‘Here Comes The Sun’ (starring Ewan Macintosh) which is in the festival circuit. I assisted the cast and crew by being on hand for catering and delivery calls, loading equipment, and helping build and dressing the set.