A “SLOW MOMENT MICRO FILM” shot on my iPhone 6 aboard the tram to Altrincham. This was my first “slow moment” film and was made purely because I rarely sit still for long, and I was fascinated by the play of light into the train as we sped away from the city centre.
A “SLOW MOTION MICRO FILM” shot on my iPhone 6 as part of my project Not Quite Light, which sees me photographing the streets of Manchester at dawn. There is a nightmarish speed and quality to this moment.
A “SLOW MOMENT MICRO FILM” shot on my iPhone 6 in Thomas Street, outside a famous Manchester pub called The Millstone.
A “SLOW MOMENT MICRO FILM” shot on my iPhone 6 in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. I was sheltering from the rain in my car, watching people who would like to be sheltering from the rain.
A “SLOW MOMENT MICRO FILM” shot on my iPhone 6. Stories are all around us. There is little time to waste in seeing life as dull. There is always something about to happen.
A “SLOW MOMENT MICRO FILM” film shot on my iPhone 6 on the train to Liverpool. I’m never quite sure what I’m going to see or hear when I shoot the video, as it appears in real time whilst I’m recording. I’m also reliant on coincidence, of chance happenings.