Recently I directed a short film entitled POKOLENIYA adapted from the Russian magic tale of Baba Yaga, alongside some truly magnificent collaborators. Consisting of a trio female cast; here is our witch ‘Baba’ played by the superb Mary Beech, ‘Lisa’ played by the magnetic Emily Thomson and the flawless Lucy Selleck as our ‘Mother’.
I recently costumed the music video for Golden Features’ new track ‘Tell Me’ – working alongside director Lachlan Dickie and producer Alice Willison in collaboration with Mark Wilson from Warner music, I think we made something pretty cool. Here it is…
I am extremely proud to present the trailer for the upcoming feature film FELL, directed by Kasimir Burgess, a remarkable new voice in Australian cinema and produced by veteran John Maynard and the inimitable Mary Minas.
I am responsible for the production design and co-costume design (alongside the immensely talented Stacey O’Connor). Starring the brilliant Matt Nable and Daniel Henshall.
Fell is having it’s world premiere in Sydney next friday 13th June. I cannot wait to share it with everyone.
Hoon, a stunning music video which serves as the official film for Melbourne band Footy’s debut album “Mobile Cemetary”has just premiered on Mess and Noise.
Hoon was made by two of my nearest and dearest pals; Scott McCulloch (director) and Alex Cardy (DOP), it is an utterly moving, poetic and delicate film. Incredible work guys, and also to Footy’s members Paddy Gordon and Lew Mulverino; and the star of the film Buckie Buchanan.
I just spent the most incredible time at the Berlin Film Festival. I was selected for the Berlinale Talents; an event the runs alongside the festival that brings together new talents from around the world for six inspiring days of seminars, workshops and project labs. A really wonderful opportunity to meet new people and talk about new projects.
Other incredible highlights were attending the world premieres of GALORE and THE TURNING and celebrate with my fellow filmmaker pals all our efforts and hard work. Congratulations Rhys Graham, Philippa Campey, Ashleigh Cummings, Lily Sullivan, Toby Wallace, Aliki Matangi, Flynn Wheeler, Christopher O’Young, Natasha Gadd, Jensen Cope, Alice Whitbred and every other crew member who sadly couldn’t make it- plus Robert Connolly, Oscar Redding, Mirrah Foulkes and the expansive ensemble of The Turning cast and crew. Ole!