I tend to use flat imagery somewhere in most of my work. It is a satisfying mix of techniques and a statement of the artificial nature of illusion. I enjoy contriving to trick the audience, playing with scale and illusion. The first film, on Super 8 mm, was a clunky piece of irony. Near my flat was a huge advertising hoarding hosting a picture of a field of dazzling yellow sunflowers. With the opening frame of my film composed within ...