Trippin' - music video:

I'm currently working on a music video for the fantastic Kymara, an up-and-coming Brighton-based neo-soulstress. On a shoestring budget, I worked as a producer and creative director, collaborating with a team of passionate creatives. We filmed for over two days, in the zaniest location anyone could imagine. The video along with the song will be released in early 2022, so for now, please enjoy some stills from the shoot. 

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Maya - short film:


Maya is a multi-cultural drama about homesickness, isolation and the struggle of finding your identity in a foreign place. 

The story follows Maya, an Indonesian student living in Brighton, homesick, broke and struggling to not let her cultural differences get in the way of her relationship. She starts to see glimpses of a Srimpi dancer that eerily resembles her mother and becomes fearful that her mum is close to death.

01.12.20 production update

We have finally finished post-production! Yes, the pandemic did slow us down but it never stopped us. Thanks to our relentless team, Maya has now been submitted to a number of film festivals and it will be officially released in 2021. If you'd like an exclusive preview of the film please feel free to drop me a message. 

27.03.20 production update

Our crowdfunding campaign exceeded the target and we are beyond pleased. A massive thank you to everyone who generously contributed to our project, it wouldn't have happened without your help. We worked hard on all shooting days and we are very happy with what we have achieved so far. However, due to the current pandemic, we are unable to continue production. The last shooting day is postponed until the summer. For now, we will continue with the post-production process and hope that everything will go back to normal as soon as possible.

behind the scenes stills


24.02.20 production update


Why I want to make this film

This is a story that I drew from my own experience of moving to the UK and struggling to fit into a new culture. I’m proud of my Indonesian heritage and I hope that the audience will empathise with anyone who lives in the West but still carries their own beliefs and traditions.

How you can help

We are currently crowd-funding to make this film project happen. The team we’ve assembled includes two incredible Indonesian actors and our dedicated crew of 10 film students. Any donations will go directly into the production of this film, supporting this important story, and the artists involved in making it. To support our crowdfunding campaign, click here.

Look - experimental video:

A series of short videos to challenge people’s perception of the “perfect body”.

I would like to reduce the stigma surrounding imperfect bodies, by provoking the audience to wonder about the meaning of the videos. I hope to inspire people to contemplate their personal relationship with their body image.  

Why I want to make this film

This idea is born out of my personal struggle to accept my own body, having worked in the modelling industry for over 10 years. I want my film to be a part of the global shift towards a society that encourages people to accept their bodies regardless. I’m doing so by confronting them with truthful and un-manipulated images that we don’t usually see in the media.

How you can help

If you are passionate about advocating body positivity and body acceptance, maybe you'd like to be featured this video project, please feel free to drop me a message here.


Choices - experimental video:
Choices is a micro-short featuring a poem written and performed by Indonesian up and coming writer, Carissa Putriziandra. The piece voices the struggle faced by women who are raised in strict religious households. Highlighting the nuances of faith and religion.
Choices was shortlisted and premiered on Glass House Festival on the 19th of July 2020. 

I would like to make a series of short films featuring spoken word poetry this year, so if you have a piece you'd like me to transform into captivating moving pictures, please feel free to drop me a message. And stay tuned for more poetic shorts coming out soon!