WANDERING FILM DIRECTOR, CURRENTLY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
Under The Rope
Documentary about inspirational female Muay Thai fighter Sylvie Von Duuglas-Ittu and the story of how a feminist from the U.S.A. fell in love with a foreign community that had gender inequality at the core of its values.
A film by Simon Mulvaney The story of Sylvie von Duuglas-Ittu
Music by Armand Amar
A sensory flight through Nepal's Himalaya region; from the chaos of Kathmandu, to the epic grandeur of the Annapurna National Park.
FOES: Beautiful Fiction
A thought-provoking music video for the band F.O.E.S. that explores the trappings of doomed relationships, the innocence of false love and the violently suffocating pressures of dwindling passions.
A short, visual piece, starring Candice Blackburn.
The World Obscura: Taj Mahal
An unforgettable visit to the Taj Mahal, consumed by a fascination of it's visitors desperation to capture their moments on camera.
As I, myself, spent most of my time capturing their moments, it became brutally clear to me that neither this film, nor their photographs can ever capture the heart-wrenching beauty of that stunning building, yet only succeed in completely detaching us from the moment itself.
Planet Of My Own
Take a tour of London, to find out what makes these three unique artists tick, in this online campaign for urban fashion brand Planet Of My Own.
Dancing In Pushkar
When out one afternoon, filming by the ghats in Pushkar, India, I was approached by Israeli dancer, Morni Gertner, who asked if I'd be interested in spending some time with her and Hermant Devara, her choreographer and dance partner, to shoot a performance they'd crafted to the much-loved Bollywood song 'Albela Sajan Ayo Re' by Bajiro Mastani...
...this is the result; a quick-fire collection of impromptu images, shot entirely during a 2 hour period of light-hearted improvisation, as the sun set over Pushkar.
The EEFA Project
EEFA is a sustainable, volunteer ran, non profit development project in Vang Vieng, Laos.
This film gives a brief insight into the day-to-day lives of an EEFA volunteer and how to feels to be involved in such an impactful grassroots project.
Released in 2011, Ground Control came to define a years worth of achievement from the blading community. Featuring a strong roster of talent from the team, this film documents the story of the frames beneath the feet of each of GC rider.