Collaboration with Matthew Grouse
My interview about my film 'The Frozen People' is out now in Al-Tiba9 Art Magazine
"Al-Tiba9 Magazine Issue#2 covers 18 artists with a primary focus on contemporary visual art reflecting modern society and its environment, in the field of photography, paintings, visual art, music, film and performance"
The Jump has been selected for
Jim Thorpe Indie Film Festival 2018, USA
Sci-Fi London Film Festival 2018, UK
Origami has been selected as a semi-finalist at Electric Short Film & Music Festival in France! :)
Martin Del Carpio commissioned me to produce a video for his track Origami. Our shared love of underground music and experimental film led to the creation of this abstract work.
Here is a short statement about the video:
"The video aims to capture a raw, organic, tactile energy by scratching and painting directly onto found super 8mm celluloid film. I wanted the film to feel like it’s barely holding itself together and the whole thing could collapse at any moment. The film spontaneously flickers and burns, until it loses stability entirely and begins to break apart."
I am screening three videos at the AVI Festival Art Video International in Jerusalem, Israel during December: The Frozen People, The Beautiful Ones, and Scratch.
The festival takes place on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays throughout the first 4 weeks of December during hamshushalayim events in Jerusalem.
The AVI Festival is being held at the Israeli cinema museum located in the Cinema city complex.
I've produced and directed a new music video for Brighton boss Bunty! I worked with the performers for a long time to get the right movements alongside choreographer Pepa Ubera, a recent Saddlers Wells artist in residence.
‘Way Out’ depicts a complicated love affair which interweaves joy and pain through a heartwarming narrative using only the body for communication.
I am exhibiting a small series of new paintings at the Exhibit Here's 2016 Art Maze Exhibition at the Bargehouse, Oxo Tower, Southbank.
Where: Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, South Bank, London
Dates: 14 December 2016 - 18 December 2016
Times: 11.00am - 6.00pm
I was commissioned to create a looping “moving painting” for the Swedish law firm Gulliksson. The concept was to bring to life the Gulliksson logo - an abstract painting - so I set to work creating luscious, flowing, colourful forms using a mixture of paint, ink, and oil.
The piece was featured on lbbonline and HERO producer Kate Myers said about it: "Andy’s work is both beautiful and hypnotic, I can really visualise this sort of creative being ideal for sponsorship idents."
Below you can see stills of the video in-situ on their website, and head over their website www.gulliksson.se for the real live version!
I cut this charming video for Pedro Caxade and his campaign #weareallmigrants to fight prejudice and rehumanise perceptions towards migration.
This video portrays the reality of millions, trying to improve their lives, getting a job and searching for better opportunities. It is all of us. Love the video and share this positive message, we have all been there.
A film I edited by Helen O'Hanlon, 'How to be a Villain' has won best horror short at the Berlin Short Film Festival 2016!
The film has also played at New York Film Festival 2015, Shivers Film Festival 2015, Bermuda International Film Festival 2016, LA Shorts Fest 2016 and Silver Scream & Comic Festival 2016.
Go Villain go!!