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For many years I have liked the look of film stills, and my experience in computer animation has made me even more interested in exploring the single removed from the whole. When selecting frames, I prefer to concentrate on the interpretation of the still within the context of my specific themes, as opposed to the relevance of the frame within the original narrative. Splitting and duplicating the composition is one of the most interesting aspects of my work. While making the subject matter more dynamic, it also represents the passage of time, the subjective recollection of memories and more literally the film frames frozen between one and the next.