Credit: Co-director + co-producer
Adam "Pepsi" Watson—an activist, YouTuber and IPP prisoner—has been campaigning for the rights of IPPs since his release in 2018. He received an IPP (Imprisonment for Public Protection) sentence in 2006 for armed robbery while he was addicted to drugs and homeless, and served three years over his recommended tariff. He is on license for 99 years, meaning he can be recalled at any time.
This film explores the catastrophic mental health impact of these "never ending" sentences, which have been compared to the UK's death row.
Credit: Director, Interviewer, Producer
Richard Avedon is commonly known as the man who helped define America’s image of style, beauty and culture. What is less well known is his complex photographic relationship with animals. Through unprecedented access to the Avedon archive, this film showcases unseen images and explores a man who was devoutly committed to exquisite photography
Credit: Co-producer, Interviewer
Erik Kessels defies definition. The Dutch-born creative has lived many lives as designer, photographer, artist, curator, publisher and co-founder of KesselsKramer, an ad agency. This film offers a sideways snap shot at his 20-year-career in which he has experimented and challenged the visual world around him with an offbeat and unmistakable eye.