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Can I tell you a little bit more about my new online course? - Handmade Film Making starts tomorrow on Dec 6th. Let’s begin with, why is it focused around the mobile phone? Well, it’s pretty amazing that you can shoot, edit and share all on this...

The question I get asked the most via email, comments and DMs is “Where can I find music for my films, so that I can share them online?” Please understand that using unlicensed copyrighted material on your films is illegal. This means you can’t just use a...

Last week, I was hosting my Handmade Film Making online course, teaching how to shoot and edit video, using just your phone and celebrating the beauty of everyday life. In this (sometimes) glossy online world, full of polished photos and videos, it was lovely to focus on...

Autumn, you're such a babe. Every year I feel it’s more beautiful than the last. More Five Fav Frames here....

Earlier this month I captured another Week In The Life (almost! I forgot to finish Monday!) In preparation for my new course Handmade Film Making, I've been shooting on the iPhone 8 and editing in VideoLeap, figuring out ways to show people how quick and easy...

I’m so excited about this new Handmade Film Making course for a few reasons. 1. It’s all about shooting on your phone which makes creating films really simple because it’s the camera we have with us everyday. 2. The course is 10 days long… get straight into...

I still can’t get over the experience I had in Greece. It all feels like a dream, one of those hazy ones where you’re not sure what was real and what wasn’t. I was there, as I have the evidence of this film and photos… but...

During this years France with Flo Show retreat, I tagged along to photograph and film Flora whenever I could, just grabbing a few fleeting moments here and there. I can see why she’s a muse for Lucie… so relaxed and gorgeous in front of the camera...