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Drip Drip Drop

Watching the clouds condense around you on a foggy day...

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Winter Moods

Bite down on some crunchy black and white images taken around Regent's Park and Kew Gardens at the beginning of 2017

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Time is Relative to the Observer

Tick-Tock goes the clock... Sixty "identical" duration shots that don't appear to be identical at all.

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Kerbside Treasure

Treasure lost at the kerbside next to a busy "A" road in England.

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Lost Relics of Aldeburgh

Rusting ephemera dug up from the beach in Aldeburgh on a summers day.

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Pattern Forming

Hypnotic patterns forming order from chaos. Assembled from the beach at Aldeburgh.

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The Writing on the Wall

Take an acid trip along the river Thames to discover this graffiti hotspot .

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Outcrop

Abstracts

It's strange what "catches your eye" Why are we drawn to one thing and not another? Is there any reason behind this or just a random firing of neurons in the brain that is comforting in some way?

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Fictional Album Covers

It's strange what "catches your eye" Why are we drawn to one thing and not another? Is there any reason behind this or just a random firing of neurons in the brain that is comforting in some way?

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Canterbury Trails

Thirteen and a half miles from Chilham to Canterbury.

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NINE OUT OF TEN

9/10 - Walks are graded from one to ten. This was the hardest. Hence the title. Are you tough enough?

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Walk the Line

A series of photographs around the east end of London following the path of the newly created sculpture walk.

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Royal Berks and Windy Willows

A windy walk from Cookham to Maidenhead taking in the Thames and other highlights.

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Sewage and Celebrity

A walk following the sewage pipeline along the Thames.

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Chainy Walk

Journey with us on the chainy walk from Erith to Falconwood.

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We Live in Hope

Streets named after great British poets. A cynical attempt at urban aggrandisement or an optimistic view for self improvement? You decide.

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River●Bank

Shifting tides of vision whilst watch the world go by on the Thames.

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The Number of the Beast

A walk around central London following in the footsteps of English occultist, ceremonial magician, poet, painter, novelist, and mountaineer Aleister Crowley. Be careful where you step, you wouldn't want to trip now would you?

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Row Boat (featuring Greenfinger)

Regent's Park Boating Lake accompanied by Greenfinger's lush soundtrack. What's not to like?

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100/58/2

High contrast images from a low contrast day in and around West Hampstead.

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Fault_

Fault_ Random stills taken to try and diagnose a fault on a television during the 1975 espionage thriller "Three Days of the Condor" The photographs become divorced from the subject matter serving a more prosaic purpose.

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Flags of the Agents

Our streets are adorned with estate agents signs. Rather than them serving no useful purpose whatsoever I've decided to turn them into abstract art.

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Flotsam●Jetsam

Detritus coughed up onto the coastline of Wales between Harlech and Criccieth. These sea worn items have a certain beauty to them despite being a very obvious sign of our ever present pollution of the environment.

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Adopted… at The Grant Museum of Zoology

Photographs taken at The Grant Museum of Zoology, London.

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Lynch Types

A set of photographs influenced by the David Lynch exhibition at the Photographers Gallery in London.

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Tribute to Malevich

Malevich painted his black square in 1913 supposedly the first painting of nothing. It appears that Southwalk council has unwittingly joined the supremacist movement with its somewhat ham-fisted attempt at covering up tagging near the Thames in Bermondsey.

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Cypriot Art College

Photos taken at the Cypriot College of art.

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Beneath the Tide

The oozing, growing, slimy green things revealed when the Thames drops below it's banks each day.

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100/58

High contrast images from a low contrast day in and around West Hampstead.

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Heading 4 Number 4 (Floating)

I wanted this to feel like a levitation - a brief disconnection from the real world before returning to reality with a bump. Shot on location at an art college up in the hills of Cyprus. Digital Manipulation & Sound Design by Rickster.

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In the Garden of the Mountain Apprentice

Deep in the countryside of southern France join one man and his slippers in an endless search for the man in black... Will he be successful in his quest? Will we finally get an answer to the question: "Where is Pat?"

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Dreaming of Barbara

A short film about the Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden in St Ives

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Life in The Park featuring “Estuary” by Ed Hamilton

Random images from Regent's Park suggested whilst listening to Walden by Henry David Thoreau.

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Intersections

in•ter•sect 1. to pierce or divide by passing through or across. 2. to meet and cross at a point. 3. to share a common area.

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Dot to Dot – Paint Like Damien

A short video in which I learn to paint like Damien Hirst.

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Row • Boat • Loop • Loop

Row, row, row your boat, Gently down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, Life is but a dream...

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Work • Walk • Loop • Loop

Walking and looping, circular patterns described in the park...

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“Old Master” V1.0.2

An experiment with multiple exposures led to an image that resembled a somewhat abstract J.M.W. Turner painting. I was intrigued to see that it was almost impossible to understand the nature of the source material once enough layers are added into the composition - You glimpse vague details, but see nothing of the whole.

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Whirl-E-Gig

A creature from the primordial computer soup... Perhaps. Featuring music by Ed Hamilton

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Venice

A visual poem for my girlfriend who had never been to Venice before.

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REWIND__2013__FAST FORWARD

A montage created from all of the footage shot on my iPhone in 2013.

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Ex•pan•sions – Scary Hair (With Lemon) by Greenfinger

Scary Hair (With Lemon) by Greenfinger Yet more experiments with split screen media. The footage was captured on the train journey back from the Vimeo event in Amsterdam using an iPhone

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Small Worlds #1 – Walking the Dog

Our world is a complicated place, so many things going on, so little time to sit back and contemplate. It's time to take a mini break, visit a "Small World" today - unwind, relax, and see the simpler things in life.

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Small Worlds #2 – Beside the Seaside

Welcome to "Small Worlds" - bite sized chunks of life spinning through time and space.

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Small Worlds #3 – Sunset Boat Ride

Welcome to "Small Worlds" - bite sized chunks of life spinning through time and space.

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Small Worlds #4 – Walk • Run • Cycle

Welcome to "Small Worlds" - bite sized chunks of life spinning through time and space.

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Norse South East West – A View From the Top of the World.

The view from from the world's north-most capital city. Reykjavik, Iceland, at Hallgrímskirkja.

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Adopted Spooky Dead Things in Jars

A photo montage piece shot at the Grant Museum of Zoology, London.

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“Darcy Willow” by Greenfinger

Music Video for "Darcy Willow" From "The Catchpool Kitchen Sessions"

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Secret Garden Party Music Festival 2012

The Secret Garden Party is a music festival held in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

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Lido – Ruislip

Ruislip Lido in West London, is a feed reservoir for the grand union canal.

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How’s your timekeeping Rickster?

Security camera footage of my arrival at work over a period of a month synchronised in time to compare the variations.

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Man with a Movie Camera (on a Pole)

Security camera footage of my arrival at work over a period of a month synchronised in time to compare the variations.

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Brighton Rocks (featuring Greenfinger)

A beauty / camera test piece shot in Brighton 2009

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Polecam Splitscreen in Regent’s Park Rose Garden, London

A beauty / camera test piece shot in Brighton 2009

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Fire!

Beauty piece / camera test whilst trapped inside on a rainy day.

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Rocket Tower – Teaser Trailer

Rocket Tower is a short film that never got beyond the trailer.

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Splitlapse/Timescreen

Experimental mixing of split screen and timelapse material.

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Hyde Park, London 3×3 – Vimeo Weekend Project

3x3 of Hyde Park Boating Lake in London

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Sunday Afternoon BBQ – in London

A BBQ in London in the summer is an optimistic thing but there's always an opportunity for a short film of events.

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BT TOWER LAUNCHES INTO SPACE! Exclusive Footage!

A Test SFX sequence for a short film that never got off the ground. (pun intended)

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A Washing Trip

I read on a random blog that washing powder can make you hallucinate. This seemed pretty unlikely to me given that it is basically soap, but as I read it on the Internet it must be true.

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Easter Eggs Must Die!

There's nothing like a bit of wanton destruction to cheer yourself up.

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Recycled

3 MILLION: ESTIMATED HOMELESS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION 2010 Source: Red de Apoyo a la Integración Sociolaboral (RAIS) Witnessed Toulouse, October 2010.

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Cyprus • Loop • Loop

Lots and lots of loops to send you slightly loopy. Footage shot in Cyprus in 2012

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View from a Train

Experimental piece using 3 and 5 frame clips looped to give a brief idea of motion.

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Daytime Fireworks (La Mascletà) at Las Fallas in Valencia 2012

Valencia is famous for its fireworks. The Valencians love their fireworks so much that they don't just have them at night like we do, they want them during the day too.

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FF REW 2011

FF Fast Forward through 365 days of a year REW Rewind to 2011 A bite sized split screen montage of all the photo and video captured on my iPhone in 2011.

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Egypt 2009 – The World’s Most Complicated Holiday Video

I started off with the intention of hacking some footage of my holiday together. Things rapidly spiralled out of control....

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After Closedown

My first foray into experimental film-making that has survived. Made in 1989 at the BBC.

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Bar●Code Morocco

Bar●Code Morocco came out of the desire to represent time as a single image. Each frame of the source video footage is processed into a single pixel line with consecutive frames being placed next to each other. As time progresses a representation of the movement and content of the underlying source video footage is built up along a horizontal axis.