Now she turns her head to the right but it means nothing.
I'm no batman. I'm Robin.
One thing you need to know about me first is my compulsive obsession with beauty. Which I know is in the eye of the beholder, but let's take that as a given instead of an argument. I am in love with anything that is beautiful. More than in love. I want to be it. I want to disappear inside of it. I want to stop existing because this beautiful thing exists.
No, I feel no need for my existence because of it.
Another thing, I am an Anthropologist.
At first, film was a waking dream, the gift of appearance delivered to huddled masses sitting in the dark
– David Thompson (2012)
Film has the quality of dream logic. I like adding a sensory style of experiencing the editing to my films. As editors you're constantly dealing with ellipsis in time, playing with leaps through time and space, manipulating to an extent how people themselves experience themselves in time. We're all time travellers in that way, that our mind wanders and thinks of past happenings or future plans. When you're constructing a film you're dealing with questions of time all the time and the experience you're generating through time. Almost in a way you can imagine human memory to work, as we know very little about how it actual works. The film experience I want to create is for the images to wire their way around your nerves, the same way you experience deja vu or flashbacks. It's uncomfortably comfortable, or at least gives your brain a jolt to start thinking things otherworldly. To make you feel my/your/the confusion, intrigue, obsession, difference.... in silence, watching your own mind working.
With my worlds of inspirations being; Maya Deren, Stan Brakhage, Maria Menken, Jerome Hill, Kenneth Anger, James broughton, Jona Mekas, Ingmar Bergman, Goddard, and Alan Watts; always in my heart.