Guilty Pleasure

“The scar hadn’t burnt for 19 years.
All was well.”

Relieved, she turned to the first page and started reading the book for the first time.

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Her

She was awake. I could figure it out from the way she was breathing. I could feel her eyes on me. Her fingers slowly ran through my hair. “You are getting fat again”, she said with a little cheekiness in her voice. I opened my eyes and looked at her next to me on the bed. Her eyes squinted and she said, smiling “There’s no way you could have fallen asleep after that!”
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Sound, Image and a lot more

Reflect and Write

Reflection was something that I was encouraged to do from an early age. Reflect upon my work, nature, life, beliefs, feelings and most importantly, upon myself as a whole. I have often expressed those things through drawings, videos or music. But writing it down and expressing it is something I have never tried. Continue reading “Sound, Image and a lot more”

A Story in Black and White

“Noir” and I have had a short history before coming to Australia. In April 2015, I made a short film along with a few friends called “Oh Shit!“. It was a comedy film which was made in a Noir setting and it addressed issues students had to face while living in a hostel.

Noir and I crossed paths again in Melbourne. A few colleagues and I had to work around the theme of Noir; Continue reading “A Story in Black and White”