I once dreamt that I was a peacock (2021): Experimenting with filming shadows and pondering about dreams resulted in this short video.
Lockdown Whispers (2020): Some thoughts and footage from my life in lockdown. This film piece was commissioned by Resource Productions CIC and Art Council England to be included in the Online Creative Collective Showcase in June 2020. It has also been selected for Flux Moving Image festival and Festival Video nodoCCS.
Teaching Culture (2019): Attending music and language lessons in a weekend school for British-Indian children in Manchester, UK reveals the intricate processes of preserving and passing on cultural values across generations. The film was submitted as part of my dissertation for the MA Visual Anthropology programme.
The English Breakfast (2019): Part film essay, part filmed group discussion - a common research method in Anthropology, the documentary hints at how food can be a significant marker of one's identity.
After the Sea: Journey of the fish (2018): The documentary was filmed in Vung Tau, Vietnam, where I come from. I followed a group of men and women working in a fishmonger's closely to capture their relationships with each other, with their works and with the sea creatures they cut apart and sell.
A belated study of the Morecambe Bay tragedy (2018): On the evening of 5 February 2004 at Morecambe Bay, North West England, 21 undocumented Chinese cockle pickers were drowned by an incoming tide. Making the film essay was my effort to go beyond the British media's coverage of the incident to understand why it happened.