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What I’ve been doing since Paris.

I actually forgot to tell most people I even came back from Paris but then Screen Daily told everyone for me in this article – which saved me the job.

In a nutshell: I have partnered-up with writer/producer Vaughan Sivell in Film Production Company WEP, I’m developing my role as ‘Assets Producer’ which no one understands (but they WILL), I’m going to Shoreditch House a lot, I’ve sorted out my Linkedin, updated my portfolio (allow me to direct you to the shiny new menu items to your left), and I’m freelancing for some good people – old and new.

Also (and kind of the point of this post) I have just got back from the Berlinale and EFM and I can officially unveil the pack image/identities.. (if you think go them of “assets” and you’re totally on the bus!) of the first 3 movies on the WEP slate:

A Round Around the World

In the Absence of Mrs Petersen:

The Corsican Brothers:

…and the zoom to the particular genius of the logo that will be made sense of by the fact that this movie features identical twins and pistols.

If that wasn’t exciting enough I have created some boards on Pinterest for WEP and our movies if you’d be so kind to follow them.

That’s all for now. Back soon with news.

Mademoiselle London

Apologies for the quietness of this blog recently. I have been channelling my efforts in to my Parisian poetry project “Mademoiselle London”. We are producing a book and when it’s finished I will come back here and give my blog some love. In the meantime the site is here: www.mademoisellelondon.fr or join us on Facebook or Twitter

L’histoire de Deux Portables

Once upon a time this little Lapinette Chaude had 2 mobile phones…

One was really swanky. It could tell the weather, sing, dance and count to a thousand. It cost a lot of money and was designed by a Knight of the Realm.

The other had horrible green edging and you had to press the 7 key 4 times just to get an S. It could, however, do something that Franki was finding very, very hard…


It could speak French. And every day it was gently mocking her.

Franki used to want to be like the iPhone, all shiny and clever and modern. Then she moved to Paris and didn’t care about any of that anymore. She just wanted to be able to do what her €19, piece of shit, pay-as-you-go Vicatel mobile (and every other man on the street) could do and was finding it all quite humbling.

Then she went out, got drunk and lost them both. And that was the end of that feeble little allegory.

Christmas Numbers

This is the contribution I made to my fabulous colleague and friend Deborah Casswell’s advent calendar project. I got number ten. A fine number. (You can see the whole set here)

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