I collaborated with the photographer and visual artist Karl Dmitri Bishop on this film (as well as technical help from photographer & film-maker Joshua Murfitt). Me and Karl, both being heavily influenced by the surreal, the powers of the subconscious and David Lynch decided to create a film based on the idea of capturing fleeting emotions. The film captures a sombre tone and raises issues of mortality, spirituality and natural forms.

This film was shot at Byron’s Pool in Cambridge and stars Kayleigh Marlenie Wong, her styling was done by Carminella Knight.

You can visit Karl, Josh and Carminellas website by clicking on their names.



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