Furnace Touch: A work that I did with the emminent Gareth Sion Jenkins last year for the Newcastle Poetry Prize, a man whose poetic talent is matched only a voice that is so melodious it is like liquid sex.

‘The floating
sound and images works reflect the disintegration of
the main character’s mind as he approaches his
disaster point: here the air is a furnace touch, just
hot enough to take off your fingerprints.’

Unfed (50mb Quicktime): My poetic dance film I made with the extraordinary talents of Gareth Sion Jenkins, Anton, Jenny Atwood and Emee Dillon. It has done quite well, showing around Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Germany and Eastern Europe. And the latest is that it will be shown on ABC on the 27th of March at 22:00. Rest assured that I will be reminding you of this fact. Constantly

..the painful eagerness of unfed hope. George Eliot
A 6 minute experimental poetic dance film of loneliness and alienation. Through textual, spatial and temporal fractures, Unfed physically and imaginatively evokes the hidden, inner landscape of our longing for connection, meaning and love.

 

 

“Unfed is incredible, disturbing yet hypnotic…it stirs something uncomfortable within the soul while simultaneously acknowledging the beauty in the fractured people, emotions and imagery… The amazing voice driving the piece serves to enhance these qualities, providing an eerie desparation and melancholy. A sadness that engulfs you.”

Kelly Butler , Film Mogul (unscripted and unpaid review)

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