My interest in history has taken me into documentary film-making, short films and artists' video. Much of my work explores historical events or places.
After film school, I co-founded Luna Nera, an independent international collective of artists who get together to explore art as site-response, making video, films, installation and live art in unusual spaces.
Through that, I've also worked as artist and curator of projects worldwide, along side my film work.
My interest in art history and film led me, in 2016 to write "Art History for Filmmakers" published by Bloomsbury Press, a book exploring how filmmakers can and do use paintings from the past to inspire and create visual story telling.