Remember U explores existential perspectives of the meaning of life and loss, reminding us of the potential of the human spirit and it’s resilience to overcome suffering of various forms, including substance abuse and bereavement.
Reflections aims to provide the viewer with a unique documentary experience, where the documentarian becomes a shadow character in the film to enhance the interactive experience of the film, focusing on themes of identity, freedom, and the role of government in society.
Aijo, meaning love in Japanese, examines the relevance of the Rogerian concept of “unconditional love” in contemporary urban society. Through in-the-moment responses of city residents, Aijo highlights the underlying themes of relationships, spirituality, and recovery, within the context of a visual narrative thread.
Street Echoes attempts to draw upon and highlight the connections of nature and the inner states of people; from fear and pain to courage and empathy. The motif of ripples are visually explored to highlight the transient yet connective elements of life. The interplay of music and imagery through the narrative arc offers an inspirational journey for the viewer to touch upon the possibility of human transformation. The title Street Echoes stems from the thought that the words we convey will echo in the hearts and minds of others for eternity.