Teaming up yet again with Luke Escombe (aka Aspara Gus of The Vegetable Plot) I made a clip for the song ‘Flying Foxes’ whihc was a collaboration between Luke and the children of Kensingtone Public. Grades, k-2. this particular collaboration was funded through the arts in in education program ran by the Opera house…
‘Musician and bandleader of the Vegetable Plot Luke Escombe worked with drama teacher Emma Fredman from Kensington Public school to write, record and put together this gorgeous video of three classes of students across 2021. This stunningly made film by Benny Thatcher is a rich and humorous exploration of Sydney’s most famous nightly migration, fruit bats. This is one the finest examples of what happens when students drive their learning, following an exploration of content to make their own work of art. Listen to this and we dare you not to be bowled over!’
The Vegetable Plot
And yet another clip for The Vegetable Plot this time about the jet setting, friend getting, all round sophisticated Mr Potato
‘Ride My Bike’ Like what you see? Head over to the kids page for some extra tricky activities… can you FIND my bike?
‘The Family Song’
10 months in the making and help from all four corners of the globe. This has been very much a super combined effort and thanks to all people involved.
From Redfern to London, New York to Freetown, sit back and enjoy the fruits of many peoples labour.
‘I Can Be Any Animal’ From Malcolm and the crew at Lucid Edge starring, Ted, Maddy, Lewis, Lotus, and Milla
‘If You’re Not Looking At Me’ Starring Natalia, Julian and Noam.
I have teamed up with Van Sereno on several clips now, ranging from his beautiful homage to his daughter and her coming to grips with Seperated parents in ‘Daddy Day’, to his pure fun and nonsensical ‘Row row row you boat‘