Had an absolute blast curating and hosting Shorts Out! at FilmPride, Brighton Pride’s official LGBTQ+ film festival. Shorts Out! screened the best in recent, international LGBTQ+ short films, animations and documentaries over three themes: Family, Self, and Love. After each… Continue Reading
Following on from the success of “Shorts Out!” – the TV show, I’m delighted to announce the launch of “Shorts Out!” – the short film festival! Do you have a short film, documentary, animation, music video or web episode of… Continue Reading
Absolutely honoured to have been awarded this, thank you Queen Palm!
Lovely blog post of my music video ‘A Little too Obtuse’ by Shoegaze site When The Sun Hits
We are 1 out of 10 films to have been selected for Out Here Now’s audience vote competition in Kansas, USA, on Thursday 28th June. Good luck everyone!
ClexaCon in Las Vegas is “The largest multi-fandom event for LGBTQ women & allies, celebrating LGBTQ women and characters in TV, film, web series, comics, books and more.” My short film ‘The World Can Wait’ was selected for the film festival… Continue Reading
The weather was not on our side, but we made it work. Last weekend, I made my debut as a music video director, for Useless Cities’ beautiful song A Little too Obtuse. The video will be released over the summer,… Continue Reading
‘As We Are’ has just been nominated for a Diversity in Media award, in the TV/Web Programme of the Year category. We are so proud of this, huge thanks to those who nominated us!
I’m very touched to have been nominated for the Pride Power List, thank you so much to those who have voted for me!
Last night, at the BFI Flare Festival, I took part in a panel discussion around the importance and future of web series. It was a great event, hosted by Fox Fisher and with fellow panel guests Jacquie Lawrence (Different for… Continue Reading
BBC Sussex named As We Are #1 TV choice of the day on BBC Sussex Radio! The four episodes will be broadcast on Latest TV in Brighton and Sussex, from 9pm this evening. To hear what Bill Smith said, listen… Continue Reading
Photo by @lassle85 I had a fabulous time on Jules and Ems’ radio show to discuss As We Are and other LGBT-related things, and you can catch it all here:
Blog review by Daniel Tessier:
I spoke to Neil Pringle about As We Are on Tuesday 17th January at 8.50am. The interview was recorded and broadcast on Allison Fern’s afternoon show on 30th January. You can listen to it here (about 50 mins in)
Fox Fisher and Helen Oakleigh, who play Blake and Jade in As We Are, speak to Radio Diva hosts Rosie Wilby and Heather Peace.
DIVA Magazine had an exclusive 24-hour preview of As We Are. Here’s what they said about it.