The film version of "The One Who Wasn't There" (which will also be published as a book) is due to be shot in 2019. A short film, it nevertheless features a great many visual effects and will spend the better part of a year in post-production. Hopefully, though, it will premiere in 2019.
Currently in pre-production, I will be collaborating once again with Sarah Kershaw on a follow-up to her 2017 festival favourite, "Four Play: Blue, Table, Water, Cello". This time, though, I will be shooting it.
"Senorita Petita, Mr. Woo & His Book Full Of Wonders" (2019)
A children's story initially written to be a "song" on a charity album, it is soon to become a short film.
An homage to Clayton Cubbit's "Hysterical Literature" project, "Hysterical Sonnet" is a unique response to it. Once again, Sarah Kershaw was kind enough to ask me to do visual effects.
"Four Play: Blue, Table, Water, Cello" (Play On, 2017)
Shot by Nicolas Laborie and starring Sarah Kershaw, I was fortunate enough to do visual effects work on this bold short film which premiered at the Seattle Erotic Cinema Society Festival (SECS Fest) and has since been screened at New York's Video Art and Experimental Film Festival.
A feature film directed by Georgia Hilton, I worked on visual effects, and discovered the joys of telecommuting on an American production from the comfort of my English home! (UK Title: "Sea Wolf")
Grizzly - "Old Pine" (2013)
A sentimental favourite, as I made it for my eldest son's first band. It also features Patrick "Trixx" Anthony, for whom I made another video, "Celestial Horns". (For the record, this particular son - Mack - is a brilliant singer/songwriter. With very little encouragement, I am prepared to post his reviews..!)