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This is the story of girl and a dress. The latest episode of the Un-Material Girl has Leah grappling with the biggest obstacle to slow fashion: the ease, convenience and low cost of fast fashion. But with prices so low, someone is definitely getting the short end of the stick, and it's certainly not the company or the customers.
I'm super proud of The Un-Material Girl and what we've been able to help Leah make. Working with Leah and m'colleague Lydia results in some of the invigorating and creative film making I get to do for work.
M'colleagues and I got the opportunity to interview up and coming boy band In Stereo.
This was filmed at the Foundry, a rad little record store and cafe on Wickham Street, so that was set dressing taken care of :p.
In Stereo were great interviewees and responded very well to the game of #JustBeingHonest that Ryan and Miriam created for the episode.
Really happy with this video we made for the West End Cafe Miss Bliss.
Every now and then I get to film in a space that makes me super excited.
Miss Bliss has lovely brick walls, timber ceiling arches and a lush outdoor area.
It was very exciting being able to shoot such a lovely restaurant.
This was shot on a mix of the Nikon D750 and the Sony A7SII.
I'm trying to get the Anime Show back into full swing this year. It admittedly dropped off as work deadlines got crazy at the end of 2015. I'm still kicking myself for not properly wrapping up the year with best and worst lists, I had so much to talk about!
Keeping up with anime is similar to game journalism: There are thousands of us budding anime reviewers out there, new content is coming out all the time and it takes great speed to build an audience. Anime is a pulp genre: Heavy on formula, low on critical respect and wildly varying in terms of quality. I do the Anime Show because I love the art style and every now and then I find a movie or a series that blows my mind.
I'm really happy with this review. It's odd how many people are praising this movie. I can see what they like, but the overall package left me thoroughly underwhelmed. Not that I've lost any love for the work of Hosada-San.
After much stalling and stuffing around I finally have a website!
Studio Kohi was made to display my film work in one place and connect with fellow creatives. At the same time I don't want it to be a static site that's only updated when I produce new video content. I'm going to blog more regularly, mainly to calm the voices in my head but also to start conversations with anyone reading this.
This site is very much a work in progress. There's a lot of exciting things happening in my life right now. I have a new camera, I'm learning to draw, I'm seeing a very nice girl and I'm working on projects I love. Things are going to change and be tweaked and I hope you're all here to see where it goes.
Once again, welcome to the site! Click on Showreel to see my current reel as well as the shows and films it's composed of and watch this space for further developments.
The coffee cup's name is Kohi chan and I hope you like him (her? I just decided Kohi Chan is without gender)
Ze is your friend.