It is a rare pleasure for me to put together a film for my sister Jessica Zoob. She is a rare creature amongst young British Artists in that she has carved a successful career as a painter. Last year she showed at the prestigious Medici Gallery in London's Cork Street. Leonie Irvine said of the exhibition: 'Zoob recalls the work of Gerhard Richter ... and the poetic quality of Claude Monet's later works. Art of England's Helen Chislett says of the new exhibition - Passion: 'I think these paintings are the best she has ever produced. Electrifying, elemental and powerful.' The challenge for me as a film maker and editor was to capture both the detail and scale of Zoob's canvasses and, in a tiny short film, convey a little of the years of work, love and sacrifice that each painting represents. Using final-cut, after-effects and Jonathan Crane's great original footage I tried to communicate the kinetic energy that is distilled in these still, but living, images. Above all I wanted to show the bravery Zoob has to have to make these peices and, as a sibling artist, I am inspired by her to be audacious too as I wrestle with my own work. I only wish I can show the same strength of character and resolve to follow my own difficult and unfashionable path. For more of Zoob visit jessicazoobdesire.com For more of Tyrwhitt visit wix.com/oneanother/bread-and-salt or watch the Madam video for Weekend Love here on Vimeo vimeo.com/34469129.