I am a photographer and content creator, here to educate and take you on my post film school journey. With a BA in Film and Video Editing, I survive the big bad world with my wits and camera in hand. Straight Outta Film School!
How to Creepify Your Images
Say you’re an urban explorer, or documentary photographer, or someone who enjoys the creepy aesthetic. You’ve been to some amazingly foreboding locations where you just feel the creepy vibe. But, those photos you took just don’t seem to reflect that eerie atmosphere you felt when you were physically there.
It's in the Code
Blood trickled down his face, sweat dripping off his hair and eyelashes, a deep purple bruise had already begun swelling under his left eye. He kept his head down, panting. He’d been here for what felt like forever. There were no windows in the room. The walls were metallic and he could hear distant groans of the facility. It looked bunker like in nature.
A War With Fire
This article refers to the bushfires of 2019 and all that was lost. The images featured are of the aftermath of those fires.
Fertility, Goats, and Sacrifice
I'm not anti-romantic, BUT... I've always hated Valentine's day, mostly because it didn't make any sense. The way people celebrate it has nothing to do with what it used to be.
How I Learnt to Deal With Sh*tty Clients pt1
Throughout the chaos and craziness that had been 2020, I managed to pick up on a few skills and lessons here and there. But one stuck with me and it’s a lesson that I share with many freelancers. I dealt with a few sh*tty clients last year and what I learnt in the process was extremely valuable. So I’m here to share with you my little tidbit of wisdom.
A Story of Creative Block from a Broken Filmmaker
I guess the first thing to address is the term “Broken Filmmaker” and what that means. I don’t think I can call myself a filmmaker currently. 2020 has been a massive punch in the guts and I understand hearing that has almost become a cliche.
I Counted How Many Jobs Ghosted Me In OneYear
It started with a sudden bout of curiosity. The months and months that I had applied and either gotten rejected or ghosted MUST have produced an interesting number. So, I sat down in front of my laptop and scoured through all the emails I had received when I had applied for jobs.
Applying For My Dream Job: Why It Didn’t Work Out
About a month ago I applied for my dream job for the company that was a major influence for me going to film school in the first place. I was filled with imposter syndrome and excitement for what I could bring to the table of this company.