Film

Dance a way

Words are just words and yet I keep on writing them as if they could tell what my body can’t show. Sometimes looking back is the only way forward, so I went back on being quiet and dancing away anywhere… Soundtrack “Anywhere on This Road” by Lhasa de Sela

Southsea Festival SHNDG

VJ live set collaboration in the SHNDG room at the Southsea Festival. I played throughout the day along Dr Skrivensky’s Pandorium , Little Creature, Dogeeseseegod and Chris Reeves aka The Gas Man. Southsea Social Club, Portsmouth, England. Gasman & Ds Way @ SHNDG vs Southsea Fest from shndg uk on Vimeo. Gasman performing a set …

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Direct Action

A political mash up about taking Direct Action over mechanical freedom, politically manufactured, economically corrupted and naively consumed. Visuals by Diana Matoso. Music mash up by Rita Sarzedas

Rattack I

The first [Halloween] Rattack in The Foundry basement. I’ve worked on the live visual projections and also in some Halloween masks which were given away for free.

A Short Way

A journey around the block of an animated landscape. A 5 minutes journey through a composition made of audiovisual life extracts and mixed realities willing to walk your imagination all the way. Diverse as daily life, this short explores several animation and editing techniques, bringing together experiences from all visual arts.  There are many ways …

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Wild Portugal

Between May 2015 and September 2016 I travelled and collaborated with Edwina Pitcher as an explorer, video maker, driver and translator for her forthcoming book “Wild Portugal”.  The aim of the book is to encourage people to adventure, celebrate and preserve nature while promoting local activities so that small communities across Portugal may thrive and protect their natural resources and …

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Open Source

VJ for Open Source live gigs from bands: We Love Video, Congregation, Man Aubergine,Letcher and Look Look at SOAS [School of Oriental and African Studies] in London, 2006