My current practice focuses on using short film to explore how architecture and landscape is debated in popular discourse. I use experimental digital architectural animation techniques to dramatise how specific sites and locations can become vessels for conflicting points of view about identity, local community values and those of society at large. I develop scripts for my films based on extensive research into online internet comments and interviews. I’m very interested in using digital 3D re-enactment and humour to dramatise the faultlines raised in these online debates and their relationship to real and imaginary constructions. I've had solo exhibitions at the Royal Institute of British Architects (2015) and at Arebyte (2017). In 2017 my film Construction Lines the recipient of the Tenderflix Artist Video Prize and was also named the winner of the Fiction Short category at the Architecture Film Festival London. My films Construction Lines and the subsequent film The Green and Pleasant Land have been selected to screen toured at quite a few respected international film festivals. In 2018 The Green and Pleasant Land had its World Premiere at Sheffield Doc Fest, was screened at the BAFTA qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival, and the 61st International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film, amongst others. My films have been supported by the British Council and are currently being preserved in the BFI's national archive. London