WASHED UP - 2018                                                                                UK. 2018. Duration 39:46. Colour

An ageing comedy duo, stranded in an out of season fishing village, must decide if the devil you know is better than the devil you don't.

Washed Up is a bleakly comic study of a personal and professional relationship in crisis. An unflinching look at the combustible tension that drives Desperate Men, one of the UK's best loved street theatre companies, to keep making vital work, for and with the people, after 37 years. The creative and emotional mechanics of their fractious yet fruitful partnership are laid bare, as they reflect on personal and collective mortality, ecological precarity, and a unique legacy of desperation. More info at - washedupfilm.com  + we ran a successful Crowdfunder campaign to complete post production. Theatre Bristol article on Rough Glory Films and Desperate Men's collaborative projects.


‘The Schoolhouse Project’ documents the building of an eco-sustainable house designed by Roderick James Architects, by students working with construction industry professionals at Burlington Danes Academy, White City, London. 



Deep topographical profile of The West of England Enterprise Zone, it's people and the socio-economic processes animating it. Weaving through waterways, lost histories and gleaming new developments, STS reveals what the regeneration of 74 hectares in the historic heart of Bristol means to those impacted by it. Winner Regeneration Film Festival 2014.  A Watershed and Knowle West Media Centre commission supported by Arts Council England. Culture, creativity and regeneration in Bristol seminar and KWMC Second Chances profile. 1 minute STS trailers here & here.


GOD'S ROPE - 2015 / 16

During a series of Scandinavian road trips, God's Rope utilised Road Movie genre tropes and iconography as a prism to refract PHD candidate Jonathan Priest's research. Comedic tension arising from semi-fictionalising our 'real' selves as antagonistic Buddy Movie 'characters' was also explored en route. This clip was cut for a presentation at SAAR 2014 @ the Swedish Finnish Cultural Centre, Esboo, Finland. A previous iteration screened at Loitering with Intent, Stockholm, 5-7 March 2014. 



Short film revealing the larger environmental narrative driving Dr David Glowacki's danceroom Spectroscopy project. Semi finalist in $200K Focus Forward Filmmaker competition 2013.