Sunday, November 16, 2008

Msanii - Screening

What: Msanii - Screening
When: 12.30pm, Wednesday, 19th November (this Wednesday)
Where: Erskine College, 31 Avon St, Island Bay, Wellington
Who: Students, tutors, friends, family, sponsors, anyone.
How much: Free to all.

Please come along if you're interested in art, volunteering, Africa or just interested in a great story.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Branch Out Media Website Up

Branch Out Media Screenshot

I have recently been putting together a website for my company Branch Out Media Limited, it is coming together slowly but is now a working site. If anyone has any CSS or HTML tips for me (after they look at my hideous code) please feel free to share. It's growing all the time, and will be get more interactive as I learn more about web design. Feel free to check it out.

Saturday, May 3, 2008


Kudra, an artist and chicken farmer talks with me about his business plan which involves selling artworks and using the profits to purchase young chickens to then sell in order to maintain a sustainable business

In the video Kudra makes an application for sponsorship to a potential business partner, to aide in building his business, so it can become self-sustainable and reach out to help other artists in the area. Kudra can be contacted at or you can organise support through me

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

First Step

So in a mad rush to make festival deadlines I've completed an offline final cut. Nat and I are frantically working on all the peripheral paraphernalia, press-kit, website, labels, cases, production stills and numerous other unforeseen obstacles, but it's nothing that a few late nights won't solve.

The film is called MSANII: ARTISTS OF BAGAMOYO and has, through the edit, moulded itself into a multi-plot doco following the stories of five different artists amongst other fleeting and interesting characters. Throughout the edit I have become even more enamored by the people and impressed by the depths of their stories, their openness and their talent.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Chado (Pangea Day Entry)

Above is a short documentary piece, cut together from the documentary, about Chado, one of my students in Bagamoyo.