Films

Flux (2017)

Excerpt from Flux, (30 mins, Full HD) exploring the tidal Thames from Putney to Battersea and featuring the voices of local people. A meditation on change, memory and nature, it portrays the river on a spring day from just after high tide at dawn until the tide is on the ebb as night falls. The old working river has disappeared completely and everywhere you look developers are building 'apartments, apartments and more apartments', as one man puts it. Flux was made for the Wandsworth Arts Fringe 2017 and was first screened at St Mary's Church Putney.


Ebb and Flow (2016)

Excerpt from two-screen video; one screen shows the ebb and flow of the tide, the other shows fishermen fishing over the course of a tide. Filmed at the Isle of Grain, Kent on the Thames Estuary, the work is a meditation on time and the rhythm of the tides.







Estuary Stories (2016)

Excerpt from Estuary Stories (2016, Full HD, 14m 38s). Four-part experimental video filmed on the Thames shore at Grain and Allhallows exploring memory, the cycle of life and our relationship to nature, made when the area was under threat of being turned into an airport by Boris Johnson and Sir Norman Foster.



Land's Edge (2013)




An affectionate and colourful portrait of the English seaside shot in glorious super 8. Featuring music by Saint Etienne.



The Man in the Hawaiian Shirt (2001)




During an outing in a glass bottom boat one summer, an artist stalks an elderly man with her camera. A film about art and voyeurism, disappointment and hope.