The Pigeon Hole – UOWTV Interview

Today I appeared on UOWTV to give an interview about The Pigeon Hole Project (see below). Lights were blaring, cameras were rolling, and me being me, I forgot to say some important things. So, I've made this post in order to extend on some of the things I spoke about in the interview as well … Continue reading The Pigeon Hole – UOWTV Interview

Kaleidoscopic Revervie

PROJECT STATEMENT Prismatic flares surge his mind's  Rivers; obscuring hellish Memoirs with gallant veneer. Real war, his war: at war.  Kaleidoscopic Reverie explores the inner turmoil of a returned soldier as, erratically, he reminisces on his experiences in the war. The fast-paced rhythm of the piece reflects the rapidly chopping and changing rhythm of his memories, … Continue reading Kaleidoscopic Revervie

Working With Film (is hard)

If I have learnt anything during the last week, it is that working with film is hard. After distressing my film celluloids (see here) I eagerly awaited the moment when I got to see them on the big screen. However, they were an epic fail. The paint was not opaque enough to allow light through … Continue reading Working With Film (is hard)