Shot on Super8 and produced in collaboration with the School of Film and Television at Falmouth university, this featurette reveals an on location behind the scenes look at Mark Jenkin’s Bait (2018) and interviews with the filmmaker.
Bait is a feature film shot on 16mm B&W film and processed by hand. Captured in Cornwall, it tells a stark story rooted in local culture and community, and how these marginal places are facing up to a changing world.
“Tracing Granite is a meditative experimental documentary that is thought-provoking and formally daring” - Dr Neil Fox, The Cinematologists.
Tracing Granite (2018) documents a four-day Groundwork field trip that took place in October 2017, taking its participants (geologists, artists, cultural geographers and writers) on a tour of the six granite districts in Cornwall and Devon.
A Kemeneth 2017 production, Weaving Witches and Women of Penryn makes connections between two lesser known characters of Penryn recent history and present-day local women who engage in creative practices within their local Penryn community.
Full-length film 15 mins
Blue Jean (no. 45)
An animated music video made for Fuzzy Jones' uprising single.
Sponsored by the Penryn Town Council, this film was made in celebration of Penryn's 800th year as a town and was screened at several local venues over 2016.
An experimental film made using a combination of found, archive and digitally recorded footage. In addition, digital manipulation through layering mixes with accidental elements typically involved with analogue production.
Jubilee Wharf Studios
To celebrate the studios at Jubilee Wharf, I was commissioned to make a film with sound scape - capturing what the makers do day to day.
Making and mending bikes, clothes, jewellery, houses and art with love and creativity for 10 years.
This work was created specifically for 'The Voyeurs' exhibition in St Ives' Porthmeor Studios curated by Naomi Frears and Simon Bayliss.
The film sat next to other moving image artists' works by Kurt Kren, Anne McGuire, Tracy Moffatt, Mel Stidolph, James Hankey and Jean Genet.