Journal

KlangHaus: 800 Breaths (in 800 words)

'A joy inducing original' - The Times "For the show you need to wear closed flat shoes, so no heels, sandals or flip flops" . . Karen Petersen, Event Manager, Southbank Centre My mind leapt at the idea of having to navigate a mini assault course . . or would there be...

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Raindance VRX Awards & Masterclass Series (8th May 2017)

Brilliant to be involved, share my film and present my thoughts on my own VR filmmaking journey at this launch event. 3 VR experiences that stayed with me: Bioni Samp is a British artist, musician, inventor and beekeeper. This guy is a DUDE.  He made this super trippy...

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Raindance VR Masterclass: VR 101 & Distribution Models

Last night at The Raindance VR Masterclass was great to showcase my VR film 'The Last Moments', and present my journey as an indie VR filmmaker - but also a brilliant opportunity to try out other VR experiences and talk to other developers . .Many insights to learn/...

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Heavy Rain

A newbie to the computer game world, I wanted to investigate cross overs between film and game worlds.  What can I learn and bring into VR filmmaking?. . CONTROLS Probably because I'm a total novice, but often the mechanic of using the buttons in a certain sequence to...

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Cock and Bull, Southbank

"Sit in the second row" we are advised by Karen Petersen, a lovely friend of mine and the show's production manager at Southbank.  "Is there any audience participation?" I ask with a grimace.  "A bit of nudity.  You've seen nipples before."  Inside, two rows of chairs...

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Forensics Talk – Serial Killers

Forensics Talk -The Psychology of Criminals Fascinating 2 hour intensive talk on Serial Killers, by Jennifer Rees, Forensics Lecturer and Psychotherapist, Brunswick Square. (Tuesday 25th April 6.30pm) The talk gave an over view of classifications of criminal minds and...

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Hidden gem of Hackney

Absolutely stunning find.  Above Hackney's Efes' Pool Club, a derelict art deco theatre, the last film having been shown there was Scar Face in the 1970s.  Incredible space - and undergoing refurbishment works as part of...

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Imperial War Museum visit

Few things struck me walking around the Holocaust exhibition at IWM . . . Hitler's rise to power was gradual.  Incremental baby steps towards his reign of terror.  Not dissimilar to Trump's politics.  Could we be facing another Auschwitz in the next 20 years? I felt a...

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