A selection of Ella's past work
WOUNDS is a poetic dance film that follows the journey of a survivor experiencing domestic emotional abuse. The narrative explores an emotionally abusive relationship through movement, exposing the violence of this often-invisible form of domestic abuse, whilst providing an empowering ending to those trapped in these cycles.
Aisha Sayang Meek and Morgan Charles
BE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY is a graduation short film shot by students from Westminster Film School. Alice does not want children. She knows it, her boyfriend Miles knows it, and every one of her family and friends do too. Yet on the cusp of her 30th birthday, she can feel the pressures mounting more than ever.
This commercial is for Mindshine app which aims to provide users with personal training for the mind. It aims to explore the positive and negative relationships people have with their mental health. It is shot entirely in stop motion. This commercial is a visually exciting piece that pushes the boundaries of the short-form medium and challenges our audience to engage in this bizarre world we have created.
In a Box
IN A BOX is a short thriller shot by students from Westminster Film School. VIP box suite attendant Grace is no stranger to unwanted attention from her male customers. One night a charming businessman with a reputation for harassment winds up in her suite, the last thing Grace wants to deal with. That is until an unexpected opportunity arises... Provocative and topical, this short film examines the ethics of violence and revenge, and to what extent retribution can – and should – be pursued.
Livvy Neve and Rosie Parsons
For Rosie and Livvy skating is about identity and knowing who they are, and it’s also about not being scared to fall. One More Fall offers an insight into their lives, their relationships and shows us how skating brings them together.
A short visual to accompany a spoken word piece exploring themes of mental health issues and unhealthy coping mechanisms whilst growing up in an
Shanice Denton and Sagal Madobe