I just launched my new website bimfilms.com, my video production brand. It will show my most relevant works grouped by categories.
The transition from education to finding work in the dance sector can be brutal. Dancing used to be fun, it used to be every day, rehearsals used to consume your time, your body used to be your concentration, being part of creativity used to be easy. The rejections in rehearsals and applications were not what you expected. There is a distinct feeling that time is running out. As you get older, slower, stiffer, bigger, the fear sets in that a life of data entry and daydreaming in staff toilets is closer than you ever imagined it would be. You wake up one day and you´ve abandoned everything you´ve learnt. You want more than anything to move, but you´ve forgotton how. You´ve forgotton how to dance.
Choreography by Natalia Brownlie.
Dp and editor Adrian Garcia
Soundtrack music by Amon Tobin
I was asked to record live 2 of the songs from Josh Parker new EP called ‘Burning Ropes’. The recording took place in a very sunny living room in Raval, with the windows wide open. We wanted to capture his music but also everything happening around us.
“Flip” was one single handheld shot whereas “All you need now” was made of 3 different takes.
Short documentary made on request for the I Sense Lomo contest and exhibitions that took place in Barcelona, Spain in June 2011.
I tried imitating the “Lomo look” in postproduction, using doble exposure, high saturation and high contrast as well as lens flares and light leaks.
I Sense Lomo was organised by Mio Hayashi (Gigi&Luka Branding). The concept was developed by Filipa Fabrica (IAMFABRICA).
The documentary was co-directed by Justin Donlon and myself. I also shot and edited the video.
The soundtrack music is a band called Anitek. They kindly allow to use their tunes with a Creative Commons license.
From the album Brazzaville in Istanbul (http://itunes.apple.com/no/album/brazzaville-in-istanbul/id340186709)
En el mes de Mayo GAP ha formado parte del Festival Loop, dedicado al videoarte. Hemos programado 5 eventos y muy pronto colgaré un video resumen. En cuanto a la creación, solo estuve involucrado en la obra Krapp’s Last Tape, de Samuel Beckett, que combinó teatro con proyección. Yo me encargué de rodar y editar la minipelicula de la proyección, que finalmente duró 32 minutos. La idea original fue de Justin Donlon y posteriormente desarrollada y dirigida por Sophie Atkinson.
Nota de prensa sobre el evento:
Created as part of Off Loop, a series of video installations and performances in collaboration with the Loop Festival, GAP‘s production of Samuel Beckett’s one-act play features projections providing a complementary storyline to the eponymous hero’s life. Performed in the play’s original English with Matt Kemp of the New English Theatre Society starring as Krapp.