The Freelancer

Freelance filmmaker with experience in Japan and the UK. Follow me as I navigate the labyrinth that is the British Film and Media Industry.




Charda Gregory abducted, humiliated, violated, restrained, scalped and tortured. 
If this were reversed, with black police officers who were sworn to uphold peace and justice but instead were documented victimizing a white woman (who was already a victim), this news would have trumped the Olympics!

Truncated version: drugged at a party, abducted to a motel, wakes up during unwanted sexual violation in a motel room full of strangers, fights like hell to escape, motel employee calls the authorities, she gets arrested for destroying motel property and it just gets worst from there. 

Every officer who participated in it and even those who witnessed it and did nothing should be punished but instead they just fired the woman?
No rape kit, no police report on the people inside the motel room, no investigation of her claims, no accountability for missing motel entry records, no video from the motel but she gets detained for fourteen days?

(Btw, when did your tax dollars begin purchasing Abu Ghraib type water boarding chairs?)

I get angrier and angrier everyday when I see things like this.

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Abandoned Victorian Style Greenhouse, Villa Maria, in northern Italy near Lake Como. Photo taken in 1985 by Friedhelm Thomas

Yves Saint-Laurant & Salvador Dalí.


Yves Saint-Laurant & Salvador Dalí.

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Ok I am not a misandrist or anything, but I would never vote for a male running for president. Everyone knows their jobs are fixing cars and sinks, it just wouldn’t be plausible to think they could make the decisions for the country. And if they’re spending all their time trying to be politicians then who is gonna mow the lawns and move heavy things? I’m not belittling them, those jobs are important too but things work because everyone has their place!

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R.I.P. Richard Attenborough


Promotional video for 2014’s most exciting Tech company: HitFox Group!

I shot the team hard at work in their Berlin office, and also came with them to document their annual strategy meeting held in the gorgeous German countryside. This is a company that definitely works hard and plays hard!

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Punks in squatted flat, East-Berlin, 1982 (photographed by Ilse Ruppert)


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M.I.A. writing her album “Arular” - 2004 


M.I.A. writing her album “Arular” - 2004 

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“The buddhists have this idea of the hungry ghosts. The hungry ghosts are creatures with large empty bellies and small scrawny necks and tiny little mouth so they can never get enough, they can never fill this emptiness on the inside. And we are all hungry ghosts in this society, we all have this emptiness and so many of us are trying to fill this emptiness from the outside and the addiction is all about trying to fill that emptiness from the outside.”


Gabor Maté - The Power of Addiction and The Addiction of Power

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inspired.: How to write an Artist Statement

Writing my first ever Artist Statement as a filmmaker, here are some useful examples and tips.

“There is nothing connected with the staging of a motion picture that a woman cannot do as easily as a man, and there is no reason why she cannot completely master every technicality of the art.”


Alice Guy-Blache, 1914.

Guy-Blache was the inventor of the fiction motion picture way back in 1896, a fact usually forgotten by film historians… probably something to with her being a woman…

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Note to self

The Long Game: The Secret to Creativity Meeting Success



The image of the struggling artist is common to general audiences. Just as common to the public is the image of the genius artist. Delve presents a two-part series titled The Long Game in which the latter image is broken down, revealing that genius more than often grows from patience and…


"I can’t explain it myself but that’s the power of cinema." — Akira Kurosawa

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