https://player.vimeo.com/video/170725982 After two successful years on the LGBT Festival circuit, I'm proud to share our film with all of you. It features the beautiful music of Thea Hilberts, the stunning cinematography of Paul Leeming, and the extraordinary performances by Qyoko Kudo and Tomoko Hayakawa. And I was the Director x Writer (plus it's inspired by... Continue Reading →
"Lost Hope" is a creepy new short horror film from one of the makers of the "Silent Hill: Stolen Heart" fan film and DJ Mistress Macabre a.k.a Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc who is a best selling, award winning author of Horror Sinisteria. The short film was filmed on the Nexus Android Phone using the VHS-Cam... Continue Reading →
Here's something you might like! Great cinematography, great visuals, great everything! Give it a shot and tell us what you think! 😀 Posted by The Spotlight Spectrum on Friday, 25 September 2015 And here's a quote from "We are indie Horror": "Hamish has taken a nightmare story from his personal history and has turned it into... Continue Reading →
Released today. I ask you to please tweet this video using the hashtag #stoptheviolence Let's make a change in the world.
I'm proud and a little scared to share this with all of you. I hope you like the teaser trailer.
Hello readers, It's been a while, hasn't it? I've been busy promoting my short film, "An American Piano", which is on the last leg of it's world tour (next stop TIFF Kids 2015). I thought I'd weigh in my thoughts on the ramifications of the "Blurred Lines" case. No, not the issues with it promoting... Continue Reading →
About four years ago, I got the chance to make a music video for Robyn Loau. It was the first professional shoot I'd ever done, having only previously made a short animation, and a TVC parody at university ten years prior. That leap of faith Robyn and her management team made in me has lead... Continue Reading →
http://youtu.be/IDAlZ7PDMDU In the wake of the huge success of Psy's Gangnam Style, come Japan's answer - World Order. Headed by a very handsome former MMA-fighter, this cool, chilled-out 5AM type song could really make some noise. It's got a great video, with some nice dancing - very perfume. It encompasses all that we know about... Continue Reading →
As we are just beginning to finally see the finish line on our short film, "An American Piano", I thought it might be fun to look back on what got all of this started - making the music video for Robyn Loau's "Never Let You Down". There were three location scouts for this project. First,... Continue Reading →