Would you tell us about how it started for you? When did you become interested in cinema? Tell us about your first experiences, what did you work on before making Used and Borrowed Time? Cinema is a lurid way of expression. Nonetheless film can also immerse one in the cherry oaky colors of wine and the aroma of roses imprinted upon celluloid. When I was a child and had arrived on the purple shores of American soil as a refugee; I became infatuated with American Movie
Please tell us what or who made you fall in love with cinema. How did you learn how to make films and how many projects did you work on before moving to The Dealer on Campus?
My love for cinema stems back to when I was a kid. Growing up, I watched classical films with my Dad and that inspired me to make films. I learnt how to make films through studying Screen and Media, Film & Television at Randwick TAFE. Before moving to The Dealer on Campus, I collaborated on a cou