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This 15-second video by Simon Smith is for a competition called #MyUnseenCity for people who ride these fold-up bicycles called Bromptons to show a lesser seen side of the city they live in.

In this project I was a cinematography assistant and an actor. You’ll see.

© Simon Smith | Feb 2016
featuring Rebecca Tun
Cambridge, UK


twin cheeks

I would simply like to make the following casual comparison observation regarding two different photo composites by different photographers at different times.

These are ‘Blue Moon’ by Max Operandi, 2012, and ‘Moon Worship’ by Thornback, 2014.

I suppose I’m happy to be typecast as the disembodied melancholy blue bottom.

Moon Worship

‘Moon Worship’ (c) Thornback, 2014

‘Blue Moon’ (c) Max Operandi, 2012

‘Blue Moon’ (c) Max Operandi, 2012


this mythical beast which is but a shadowy part of myself

© Charlie Boy | Nov 2015
The Cottage Studio – Sussex, UK


I probably get the time. Time to make a dash for it.

© Beachview | Nov 2015
model: Rebecca Tun
LovePhoto Studio – Newmarket, UK


…hearing music with headphones on for a bit of my year.

© Cameranova | Nov 2015
models: Rebecca Tun, Lulu Lockhart
lighting assistant: Darren S
Chertsey, UK


My lover is like the sun…round, yellow and inanimate.

© Zoom Out | Nov 2015
model: Rebecca Tun
Big Shot Studio – Leighton Buzzard, UK


I took a time machine to the 70s to get high in a little brown London flat.
(I didn’t really have a time machine or get high (honestly) and I wasn’t in a London flat. You can credit the uncanny authenticity of these photos to Big Shot Studio’s nostalgic set design, my wishful-thinking-fuelled acting skills and Stanmore’s impossible polaroid camera.)

© Simon Stanmore | Nov 2015
model: Rebecca Tun
Big Shot Studio – Leighton Buzzard, UK


East Berlin Weinachtsmarkt – or The Claws of the Billowing Abyss

So, we went to the Christmas Market on the rooftop of Neukölln Arkaden. It was soggy, icy and lame. It was in fact so underwhelming that I was overwhelmed with inspiration and made this quick atmospheric video about it. I’d like to present this as a tiny tiny tribute to David Foster Wallace for his descriptions of the ‘nausea’ of depression in Infinite Jest.


well, I had planned to stem…

© Richard Maxim | Oct 2015
model: Rebecca Tun
LovePhoto Studio – Newmarket, UK


I think I’m having a bit of trouble with my lifestyle…

© stratographic | Sept 2014
Glasgow, UK