I love to communicate ideas through storytelling and motion image. I'm especially interested in independent short film culture. I do a lot of video editing and also used to write and direct. Whenever there's a chance to participate in something unique, I'm in!
The Rascal - Short Film Trailer
Here's the trailer of my last short film The Rascal which I wrote, directed and edited. The story revolves around a young hustler and visualises the hero’s compelling transition from egoistic presumption to the humble realisation that he’s a slave to his own habits.
The fashion-inspired film uses inventive outfits to make the abstract ideas in hero's mind tangible. I wrote the script, assembled the film crew and provided the first edit of the film. We completed the project in 3 months and had a private viewing in a small cinema bar in London. It was an amazing experience that will stay with me forever.
University of Westminster Promo Clip
This is a promotional video for the School of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Westminster in London. I filmed and edited the clip and also created the motion graphics. It's a generic corporate clip meant to encourage potential students to register with one of the courses that the university campus offers.
The Quartz - Short Film
I wrote and edited this lighthearted comedy short film. The themes such as cellphone obsession, stereotypes and pseudoscience provided a suitable background for the funny interactions between the main characters playing cards at the table. The story is a lighthearted take on a small circle of friends and was shot in the kitchen in a Victorian house in the south of London.
I used to take acting classes and together with a friend from that course we assembled a small film crew and organised this one-day shoot. As you can see I make movies and video projects not just for clients, but because I love it.
Bitter Laurels - Short Film
I wrote, filmed and edited this British short film about two athlete friends, their brotherly relationship with each other and the resulting conflict in the course of this story of dreams and fears, the rise and fall in the competitive world of sports. At that time I was inspired by the British athletics and used that fascination to create a simple, concise and compelling story.
The original concept was way bigger that what was achievable with the limited resources I had at that time, so I cut down on certain scenes while still making it a coherent narrative.