During the summer of 2005 I spend 2 months cycling 4000KM+ around the coast of Ireland. I brought a video camera with me and had aspirations of producing some kind of documentary film based around the journey. That never quite happened.
What I did shoot were scattered fragments of a time that I spent largely alone — ranging from scenic panoramas of the route I was cycling to personal monologues late at night in my tent, from serious reflection on the places and people I was encountering to ridiculous parody and juvenile play.
I wasn't always alone, and the times I spent cycling with friends were probably more documented than the others.
Three years later I spent three hours piecing some of this footage together and this is the result, The Film That Never Got Made, edited and shared for the sake of fun!