Monthly Archive: September 2016


Yesterday I was lucky enough to get an invite to the Vin + Omi Fashion Show in London.  

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Me at my first fashion show                                                        VIN + OMI

This was my first fashion show and it was very exciting.  It was similar to a Gala film screening with everyone buzzing about and people shouting for photographs and everybody looking super glamorous. Everybody was packed in looking forward to the show. 


The collection was a riot of colour and the models walked slowly up and down to loud applause and everybody clamouring to get film or pictures on their phones and ipads.  You can watch the show here:-

Vin + Omi are Fashion and Multi Media Designers who work internationally. Their fashion work spans film, television, music and one-off creations.


Vin has a background in sculpture working mainly with experimental materials; he exhibits, and is collected, worldwide. He also is Director of a public art agency and renowned Arts Consultant to many institutions such as the Royal Historical Palaces.

Omi started his career as a celebrity, artistic and fashion photographer before co-founded a newspaper in his native Singapore winning awards for his journalistic news coverage.

They received an award from The National Endowment for Science and Technology for developing a new latex hybrid fabric which was developed for wearable fashion.

They have developed strong connections with the film and music industry in the USA and have designed clothing for many major creative figures.

Today, Vin + Omi’s works spans product design, art and design and consultation internationally. They are currently working on projects in Dubai, the USA and Europe. But first and foremost their passion is … fashion.

Take a look at my coverage of the event.




You can see the much celebrated short film by Marco Kalantari on Vimeo.

The highly acclaimed, blockbuster-style short film THE SHAMAN premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York in 2015. After that it ran successfully at numerous film festivals around the globe, including Los Angeles, London, San Diego and the DragonCon in Atlanta. The trailer turned into a viral sensation with over 4 million views.




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At Horror Channel’s FrightFest 2016, Premiere Scene’s interview by Claire Bueno about The Windmill Massacre.


You can listen my bit of the interview here:- 

If you want to see the full interview it is here:-

Other festivals coming up.  Utrecht, Los Angeles and hopefully going to Sitges.



I had a great time at the FrightFest film festival last week, where The Windmill Massacre, conceived and directed by Nick Jongerius and produced by Daniel Koefoed, had it’s International premier.

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The film is set in Nick’s native Holland and received lots of attention and excellent reviews. I enjoyed myself very much, especially at the Q&A sessions.

Next will be the Utrecht Film Festival and I will  be going and after that special screening in LA.

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