What did you focus on when you studied at Central St Martins?
I mostly worked in the medium of film, initially by myself and then for my final year, collaborating with someone else, which was carnage. We were friends and then started working together and we would argue the entire time about whether or not something was worthwhile artistically. So, we decided to use these arguments as the basis for our final show. Essentially, we recorded all these segments of our heated discussions and turned it into a film. We ended up with 5 or 6 hours of recordings, which we had to trawl through, finding bits that we liked, changing things around a bit and then we got a couple of actors in to come in and perform certain segments.
And what are you up to these days?