While it's been rather quiet around here, last week I actually had the time to take part in a mini kabaret organised by the local Kino cell (www.tikino.ch).
The principle is to create, shoot and screen one or more short films in just 48h. These are produced with whatever resources one can get, in a spontaneous and collaborative way.
You can read more about the Kino movement here.
Below you can watch the short film by Camila Koller in which I had camera and editing duties.
It was a creatively and technically challenging experience — but make no mistake, it was also a fun and exciting one!
Hello everyone and welcome to my newly revamped website.
This overhaul has been in the works for the past year and a half, but — you know — in the meantime life happened, putting my plans off a little… so I only just recently got round to get it done properly enough to bring it all to you.
Other than refreshing the look and feel, the site is now responsive and should offer a better user experience across different media supports.
I also took advantage of this time off to spring clean my portfolio, removing some cobwebs here and there, and especially to polish and publish some new stuff that was long due (i.e. my Master's thesis Art. 115, my Major project Métrocosme and the latest Locarno International Film Festival). There will be more to come in the future, though, so don't forget to visit back once in a while!
Without further ado, I hope you'll take a look around the website to discover what I've been up to.
P.S. if you come across any nasty bugs (I certainly hope not) or have suggestions to improve the experience, let me know!