Area(s) of Focus
Cinematography, Digital Photography, Film, Furniture Design, Photography, Photojournalism
Final Year Project(s)
There are places in life we have never been, nor have the chance to visit them at all, or even acknowledge their existence. The hyperlapse captures the ephemeral and the tension between nature and nurture in Singapore.
“Johnny” starts off featuring a young man named Johnny who woke up in his room, surrounded by his family members (Jennifer, Johnny and Dad). Covered in bandages and bruises, Johnny struggles to get up and appeared to be suffering from a short term amnesia. He learned from his sister, Jennifer, that he had been in a coma for days after being involved in a brutal car accident.
Even though Johnny was steadily recovering, he could only move around the house in a wheelchair. Jennifer, as a protective big sister, took special care of her brother and seldom allowed him to move around unsupervised. Confined and oppressed, Johnny started growing suspicious about the people in the household and the information he had been fed with.