Sometimes all it takes is seeing something from a different perspective to understand it’s creative potential. This was was so relaxing to film and cut together. The longer edit includes driving through residential streets and through our downtown area, once I finish it up I will post it.
I was able to film my mother as she recited one her beautiful poems. I wanted the short project to be a document of her work and it all came together so nicely. Channeling my art and creativity into the ones who are close to me is so satisfying. Excited for more collabs!
Repost. One of my favourite things to do is collaborate with my Partner. This is a short I did with him a few years back. I love watching this, and how he works. It was such a warm evening in June and I loved every minute, capturing this moment with him.
Recently I spent the afternoon with Bren and collected footage of him canning in his kitchen, making curried apple chutney. I’m always interested in the process, and how things come to fruition, so this seemed like an ideal collaboration. I love working with people that I know, there is something so relaxed about the creative process, and the end result with Bren turned out better than I expected.
Some screen shots from a film I finished entitled “8 Years Later”. I’m so happy with how it turned out. I submitted the film, and it’s been accepted, for distribution through Video Pool, a media arts center here in Winnipeg.
Synopsis: An experimental documentary that abstracts the roads I travel on a daily basis. Tracking shots are layered on each other, turning documented images into a disorientating visual memory. Real audio from the tracking shots, contrast the layered images, disrupting the visual collage.
Bren has been apprenticing with a local beekeeper, and has been getting some real hands-on beekeeping skills. I took my camera out and shot some very casual video of Bren doing his thing. It’s so peaceful, and calming being out there. It was a beautiful evening, and the footage turned out great.
Sound, image and rhythm.
My good friends contributed their song to these tracking shots, and it fits so well. It was an early Wednesday morning when I shot this. Winnipeg was waking up to beautiful day.
“…close-ups reveals the most hidden parts in our polyphonous life, and teaches us to see the intricate visual details of life…”
The Close-Up, 1945