As second exercise of the UCT Screenproduction II course, we had to produce a comedy. ‘Barks From The Beyond’ is a mockumentary about a guy named Holden Blekking who is supposedly able to communicate with dead animals. I was the director on this project.
As first exercise for the UCT Screenproduction II course, we had to produce a drama scene in Dogma95 style. It shows a scene from the life of a couple in which the woman discovers secrets that her man has been keeping from her. For this scene, I was the editor and also recorded sound.
Here is the coverage that I produced, filmed and edited of The Thursday Jam Session in November 2017.
Almost exactly a year ago I did my first pole dance solo at the GUPDC In-House Show. Watch it here:
The release of the music video to Mannick’s “Back and Forth in Time” that I produced and directed is approaching so I thought it would be a good point to share the first time I worked on one of Mannick’s music videos. I joined the film crew as a choreographer in November 2015 and ‘Lucid Dream’ was released in February 2016. The video has a short dance scene (starting at 2:30) that I choreographed for the two actors.
Another video from Glasgow Student Dance Company’s Annual Show at the Mitchell Theatre back in February 2017 that I danced in.
Neoclassical choreography by Blythe Meechan
One year ago today, the music video to Angelos Papadakis’s song ‘Sick and Twisted’ came out. Watch it here to see me act a psycho girlfriend:
The last video I worked on for GUST (Glasgow University Student Television) before leaving Scotland for a year; this time working on camera and sound. Science producer Hope Doolan made us go the Glasgow Science Centre for the coverage of a soirée that invites to try out science experiments over a few cocktails. Follow the link to the GUST website:
Video from when I performed with GSDC (Glasgow Student Dance Company) during the Annual Show at the Mitchell Theatre in Glasgow back in February.
‘End the Silence’ is a beautiful piece of contemporary dance that addresses sexual violence.
Choreography by Eilidh Macleod
During my first year of university, GUST (Glasgow University Student Television) producers Emi Alonso and Diana Dumi were working on a series of experimental shorts. The films are finally online and there is one I helped out with: Follow the link and go to 3:23 of the video to see ‘All Mad Here.’
Our performance at the GUPDC Annual Show back in February is up on Youtube. Give it a watch!
New music video to ‘Look Out’ by Angelos Papadakis