I have been making films since I was 10 years old, when I first began making comedy sketches on YouTube. My love for filmmaking and editing has lead me to work as a freelance filmmaker on various exciting projects over the years including documentaries for activist groups and helping refugees share their touching stories. I also create personal films and have over 250 videos on my YouTube channel ranging from short films to daily video blogs.
My passion is fuelled by a love for storytelling and travelling, meeting new people and sharing their experiences. I find my inspiration from directors such as M Night Shyamalan, Edgar Wright, and Casey Neistat.
Studying Film at Lancaster has allowed me to experiment with different genres of filmmaking and broaden my theoretical knowledge, my next steps are to continue my education with a Masters degree and work part time as a freelance videographer.
Unfocused is an experimental film project which explores the subject of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The film is a visual expression of the director's personal experiences with ADHD, specifically the experience of problems with inattention and distractibility.