Modern Neutrals perform their debut EP “Paradoxes & Agonies” LIVE at Snake Mountain Studio with video production by mcpake media.
Wildflower is the first instalment of filmmakers Alex McPake & Mac Nixon’s ‘Places’ series.
‘Places’ is an experimental collaborative project between the two that flips the process of traditional filmmaking by shooting interesting locations and then constructing a narrative retrospectively.
‘Old Breed, Pt. II’ & ‘Books’ performed by Blue Amber at The Moon in Cardiff as part of this years Psych & Noise Festival.
Video Production by mcpake media (with thanks to Stephen Shelmerdine). Sound recorded and mixed by Ed Townend.
In an overpopulated and oversaturated working world, two men on the Gower Peninsula have taken up the peculiar occupation of Mud Turning.
Birthed from the minds of Alex McPake & Stephen Shelmerdine, this improvised mockumentary is the third instalment of their ’12 Hour Shorts’ film series . Much like its predecessors, Mud Turners began its life as a conversation on a patio and within 12 hours, was written, shot, scored and edited.
Synopsis: “Man witnesses evaporation and becomes inspired”.
Put together with a collection of throwaway footage that I felt compelled to record one morning, ‘Inspiration’ was birthed from my ever meta brains desire to be, well, meta.
In line with most other projects I’ve put together, this was formed rather by accident, but hopefully regardless of that, you’re still able to find something in it. What I hear you ask? I’m not really sure – but I should probably say Inspiration. Yeah, let’s go with that.
I had such a fantastic day filming and chatting with the very talented Richard Meyrick Guitars about his craft and guitar making passions for this project. Sifting through endless 4K 60fps footage of Richards process made the edit a joy to put together too.
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Paths is the second instalment in Stephen and I’s ’12 Hour Films’ series. It was written, shot, scored and edited in a 12 hour timeframe.
We’ll be honest, we’re not entirely sure what this one is… but we do know we had a right hoot making it.
With that in mind, shifting the focus of filmmaking away from creating the most ideal finished product and moving it more towards finding immense gratification in the process itself is the very reason we started this challenge the first place – and so far its been a top laugh, so that’s nice! Anyway, here’s to another one!
Again, we hope you at least enjoy some of it.
Myself & Stephen set ourselves the challenge of creating a short film in 12 hours, in a bid to shift the focus from talking about making films together to actually doing so.
Within 12 hours Atoms was written, shot, scored and edited.
What began as a late night conversation on a patio ultimately became this playfully poignant little doozy *description pending feedback*.
So with that being said, we hereby present to you ‘Atoms’. The first in our new ’12 Hour Films’ series.
We hope you enjoy at least some of it.
Originally released in 5 parts on my personal YouTube channel, Conversin’ in Berlin began as a creative challenge whilst in lockdown.
I wanted to make some alternative style home videos, incorporating a collection of audio recordings, 35mm photographs and camcorder video snippets I collected from our recent trip to Berlin.
You can checkout the original playlist here.
I had an incredible amount of fun working on this 3 part series for Funky Pigeon as a Camera Operator.
All episodes were flash mob style, live, one take setups shot using the Sony FS7 with CN7 zoom – a devilish duo for filmmaking!