Offscreen website

The rework of the ‘offscreen’ classification in a website form. Accessible on the link below, the resource lists out and references a lot of audio and visual techniques, but also useful cognitive, psychoacoustic, spectatorship or even perceptive theories. Practical techniques as well as notions outside the audiovisual production sphere was meant to enable the user to […]

Dot and the end

A little book originally conceptualised as a short fable. The story grew with the collaboration of Kevin Carr. After a few restructures and alterations, all became to be this little novella. The digital version of the book is freely accessible online from this website shop on the following link. A physical copy of the book […]


120 pages book that references 296 techniques and theories, both audio and visual, enabling filmmakers, sound designers and spectators alike to use and understand the offscreen space of film as a legitimate narrative space. In return, enabling everyone to experience a more actively dynamic, imaginative and playful experience of film. The classification offers a primary […]