The interactive film OLIVE GREEN Directed by Suki Singh for EKSTASY has Won the ‘Gold World Medal’ at the New York Festivals World’s Best TV and Film Awards in the ‘Entertainment’ category presented in Las Vegas (that’s their 5th award!). Well done to the whole team in Olive Green! Here’s the trailer incase you missed it last time…
Here’s the finished music video from A Silent Film and their latest hit ‘Something To Believe In’. I absolutely loved working on this, I hope you can tell! I would highly recommend Robert Frost & Andrew Kueh and their directing genius-ness, they were super lovely to work with.
Some kind words from R&A Directors…
We’d like to say a massive thank you for your work on the project. It was an absolute pleasure to work with you. We felt like you were the character, so thank you for completely nailing it, we’re so happy to have had you. The edit was great, as you continually delivered take after take and gave us so much to work with – this is such a gift, and not all actors do this! You were very easy to work with and made our job so much fun, so thank you.
N’aw thanks guys! What can I say.. I’m a natural awkward dork!
Up and coming photographer Alex Fine is currently working on a project where he has made a photographer’s Right-Light from scratch and is photographing actresses and dancers, producing unique and honest portraits. No crazy makeup, no silly clothes – just the personality and true essence of the person in front of the camera. I am a great fan of his work and it was an absolute pleasure to work with him.
Just over one year on from our Paris photoshoot, I was thrilled to have another opportunity to work with Linda Duschek here in London. Here are a small handful of the shots, more to follow soon.
I recently acted in 3 Egencia commercials, you can see snippets of them here –
I had a great time last week filming in Angel for the Egencia commercial that will be available to see soon!
As Ramadan season has commenced, so has the drama series ‘Dubai, London, Dubai’, showing on 2 main channels across the Middle East (and here in the UK if you have Abu Dhabi TV or Dubai TV!). Here is a little snippet from one of the first episodes, apologies for the low resolution, I should have some better quality footage to share soon. Just to answer any questions you may be thinking (I have been asked this a lot) – This is an arabic drama series, but my character (Julie) is British and so the scenes I am acting in are in English. I learnt some basic arabic whilst filming, but I do not speak any in this drama series… Yala habibi! Enough talking!