Loughborough Junction is a small area in South London defined by its busy roads and the seven railway bridges that traverse its streets. The film blends both dynamic and inert details of the area to form a dreamlike montage of over 6000 still photographs, creating an abstract phantom ride through a seemingly mundane location – a document of an area constantly in transition.
After studying Media and Film production in Bristol, UK, Simon completed a masters in Digital Arts at The University of the Arts, London. His creative practice spans Moving Image, Animation, Photography and Installation based projects. His recent work engages with Film as a phenomenological medium, utilising photography and animation to explore the nature of time and movement, with a particular interest in how the medium relates to the urban environment. Simon has exhibited his work in a wide variety of contexts, including galleries, documentary and experimental film festivals as well as symposiums and festivals related to the study of the urban environment, as well as maintaining a commercial career in digital design and post-production. Simon lives and works in London.