Mum & You

Both myself and the production company who made this are based in Brighton, so it was a joy to be able to walk to work for this shoot. We spent all day hunched over a table, making barely imperceptible changes to the props on the table top, and we had to shoot it backwards in order to get everything laid out nicely. This process is called Knolling – named after a system devised by a janitor who was clearing up after Frank Gehry while he worked on furniture for the company Knoll. It’s incredibly satisfying when you start editing it together, and it made me want to make a Wes Anderson film.

Mum & Me

Prod Co: Be The Fox
Length: 55 secs