"COWARD" is a 28 minute film set during World War 1 that brings to light some of the brutal treatment soldiers received for suffering what would now be known as shell-shock. It follows two cousins, Andrew and James, from their home in Northern Ireland who join the British Army to fight for their Country and make their families proud. Through their eyes we see the reality of life on the front lines.
"The making of Coward" featurette is available to view on Vimeo here vimeo.com/39576280 and you can read about it's Cinematography in the March 2014 issue of American Cinematographer magazine.
This is the short film "The Formorian" showing my work as a Director of Photography. Shot in Super 35mm on Fuji 250D 8562 (pushed 2 stops) using a Moviecam compact with Cooke S4 Lenses. I used Harrison Blue-Grey and Jade Filters throughout.
Directed by Aideen McCarthy
Voltaire Twins "Animalia" shot by David Le May on multiple formats Red One / Arri Alexa / Canon 5D and 7D.
Shot in Perth Western Australia using the cameras above and Shift and Tilt Lens (Lens Baby).
It is a morbid story of two members of the group the Voltaire Twins being stuffed by a taxidermy expert and presurved in a museum.