Cinematographic Space

Constructing narrative architecture through film making.

Five Lives of The Bradbury Building
Reconstructing the iconic Bradbury Building through five of it's many narrative existences, you inhabit the viewpoint of "The Private Eye", able to travel outside of traditional spatial constraints to view the multiple coexistent contradictory narrative spaces.
In order of appearance:
Blade Runner, The Artist, D.O.A , 500 Days of Summer, The Indestructible Man

Post Production + VFX
Merger is a new film about the future of work, from cult director Keiichi Matsuda (HYPER-REALITY). Set against the backdrop of AI-run corporations, a tele-operator finds herself caught between virtual and physical reality, human and machine. As she fights for her economic survival, she finds herself immersed in the cult of productivity, in search of the ultimate interface. This short film documents her last 4 minutes on earth.

Murder In The London Notel
Part cinema, part immersive theatre, part hotel, the NOTEL provides long form spatial narratives to be explored over the course of a day by it's visitors. The physical architecture is never seen, only touched, existing as intersecting haptic infrastructure designed to guide visitors through narratives and facilitate immersive experiences.

But the NOTEL has a secret. There are rumors that the buildng somehow runs itself, and that some guests have never returned from their visits, lost forever inside the building's multiple realities...