I'm a Fashion Communication graduate, excited to make a mark in the creative industry. As a filmmaker and content creator, I love to use my creativity and imagination to bring ideas to life. Whether it's through photography or videography, I'm always looking for ways to tell compelling stories that resonate with people.
I have experience using Adobe software to create visually appealing images and videos. During university, I collaborated on live projects for renowned brands, including Smiley and produced content for smaller businesses. My work always aligns with the company's core values and visual identity. Additionally, I have created content to promote multiple events, such as festivals and fashion shows.
When I'm looking for inspiration for my self-directed projects, I find that exploring everyday problems and social issues can be incredibly rewarding. My creativity often stems from my observations of people's passive behaviour and the actions they undertake. Whether it's irrational behaviour or something truly fascinating, there's always something to discover by delving into the intricacies of everyday life.
With this in mind, I believe my work is not only meaningful but necessary to shine a light on the issues that affect us all. I have commented on the subject of everyday problems, such as social media and the creation of fake identities. I have explored the topic of well-known stereotypes and consumerism, drawing inspiration from brands like Moschino, Toiletpaper magazine and independent creatives.
For my final major project, I decided to create a film with a focus on consumerism, more specifically, consumer addiction. The film depicts the lifestyle of consumers who want to change their life by changing their buying habits. Unfortunately, they manage to do so for only a short time before their initial behaviour quickly returns. The soundtrack was made especially for the film and includes familiar consumerist sounds to create both freeing and overwhelming feelings throughout the film.