The [film's] sequences are cross-sectional photographic scans of pieces of hardwood, burls and branches.

Bio Woman 1980

A henpecked husband gets a welcomed surprise when he adds too much detergent to the laundry and out pops a beautiful woman made of soap suds.


Tao-Tao the baby rabbit has arguments with their friends, then discovers echoes.

The Rubber Stamp Film 1983

The Rubber Stamp Film was hand stamped on over 5000 index cards. Color was added with water color and felt pen.

White Fang Story 1982

White Fang is born on the planes of Alaska to a wolf father and a half-wolf, half-dog mother. One day he and his mother run into an Alaskan inuit boy Mit-sah, who has long dreamed of a dog of his own, and by a marvellous twist of fate, the wolves are taken in by him and his father. But life in Alaska is harsh for humans and wolves alike, and as winter comes, hardships lie in waiting for White Fang and Mit-sah. Facing the extreme coldness of their habitat and that of humans' greedy hearts, the two journey towards what they hope to be a happier environment.

Moanologue 1990

A girl decides that the problem with her relationship with her boyfriend is him - listing all the things he doesn't do - buy gifts, look happy to see her, give her compliments etc etc - when he finally storms off she has a change of heart...

Fatty Issues 1990

The cloak and dagger antics of a girl alone at home on a diet - weighing raisins, fiddling the scales, changing the definition of 'fruit' and blaming it all on her boyfriend...

The Box

The happy life of a Syrian kid alters instantly with the sudden war and he finds himself in a state of struggle. The war changes not only lives, but also the role of his box; first as a carefully built toy house, then as a place to take shelter in a refugee camp with full of dangers and finally as a boat that sails for a journey towards hope.