Friday, 8 November 2013


The trailer for Monster has been out for a while now but at the time I absent mindedly forgot to give it a mention. So here it is.
As you may remember from some of my earlier posts, Monster is one of the nine short films that make up the movie, Blaze of Gory. In the trailer we see actress Sandra Wer as psychopathic killer and arsonist, Stacey, and in the background, a few of the 15 paintings that I created for the film.

Monster is about a young girl locked away in a high-security mental hospital for a series of brutal crimes and is based on the writings of Blaize-Alix Szanto, who wrote a series of very disturbing stories between the ages of 12 and 15. The cast includes scream-queen Victoria Broom, and ex-Coronation Street legend Martin Hancock. The film's director is Andy Edwards, whose previous horror anthology feature, the chilling triptych "Three's A Shroud", won the British Horror Award at the British Horror Film Festival 2012. 
To see stills from the set of Monster check out Paranoid Android Films on Facebook.

Tuesday, 5 November 2013

My Prints at Scream Editions

It's been a couple of years since I first exhibited my sculptures at Scream; back when they were still located in their original Mayfair gallery. And now you can find my prints amongst the those of an impressive collection of artists, on the online gallery, Scream Editions.

The site sells limited edition prints by a wide range of international artists. Both up and coming, and established. Amongst the more established are names such as Andy Warhol, Tracey Emin, Joan Miro, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Sir Peter Blake, and Gavin Turk.

But I was also pleased to see the names of a few of my friends amongst the list of Scream Editions artists. Friends who's work I'm pleased to be able to truthfully say that I'm impressed with. Fantastic artists like Remi Rough, David Shillinglaw, and L G White.

Saturday, 2 November 2013

Restaurant Interior Designs

You may have noticed (or maybe not) that I've been a bit quiet on the blogging front of late. No, I've not been on holiday. A lot of my creative energy, over the last few weeks, has been diverted away from my personal projects, as I focus on a commercial one. I've been approached to produce some designs for the interior of one of the London branches of a well-known restaurant chain. Sometimes it's hard to sum up the same amount of enthusiasm for commercial work as it is for one's one projects but I must say, now I've got my teeth stuck into this one, I'm really enjoying it. I can't say too much about it at the moment, and here's a lot of hard work ahead, but once things start to take shape I'll post some photos of the end result.
In the meantime, here's an early sketch to give you a feel of where it's going. It's an idea for one side of a very large, four sided light box structure, that is intended to hang from the ceiling of the restaurant.