A few weeks back, researching people for Strrr TV, I was reminded of the photographer Nadav Kander. I first came across his work when a former girlfriend brought me to see his show ‘Yangtze, The Long River’ back in 2010. By chance, early this year I walked by Flowers Gallery in Shoreditch and saw he was exhibiting ‘Dark Line – The Thames Estuary’, where he combines his photography with installations and a video piece.
Whilst reading about Nadav online, I came across a number of interesting videos which tell his story, whilst shedding some light on his creative process, and what motivates him.
Here's a live performance from Kojey Radical's appearance on Kate Hutchison's Worldwide FM show in August 2017. It was filmed on my Sony A7s with a 24-105mm lens on a shoulder rig, and colour graded with Film...read more
Last summer I was asked by Rob Alderson to talk at the Glug x WeTransfer 'Passion Projects' event in Shoreditch. It was a good opportunity to consolidate my thoughts on the launch of the station, and the first year of running Worldwide FM, as well as articulating the...read more
In November, for the 40th anniversary of NASA’s Golden Record project, I produced the music section for WeTransfer’s A Message From Earth.
The brief was wonderfully broad; programming, producing and delivering a music section which attempts to reflect the diversity of music on planet earth, and explore the experience of musicians today.read more
Since finishing at Mistral Productions, I've linked up with Daniel Brandt and the Berlin team at Strrr TV, working as their UK editor. It's been a lot of fun so far, allowing me to use my audio and video production background, whilst getting to research, contact and...read more
I'm late to the party as it came out in 2016, but here's a short documentary about Bronx artist, Princess Nokia, made by Orian Barki. Good to see Wiki making an appearance!read more
Whilst doing some research for future potential Strrr TV guests, I'd ended up on the Studio Olafur Eliasson website. Olafur Eliasson is an Icelandic-Danish artist known for sculptures and large-scale installation art employing elemental materials such as light, water,...read more
A few weeks back I came across the work of Taz Tron Delix, a London-based director. His work with JD. Reid, Novelist and Oscar #Worldpeace is great. He's got a piece for Adidas out right now as well. Having researched his stuff, I then bumped into him in the pub the...read more