Gabriel Bisset-Smith is a writer/actor/director from London. He’s had plays produced at the Hampstead Theatre, York Theatre Royal and for BBC Radio Four. He’s been on attachment at the Soho Theatre, the Royal Court and a regular story contributor on the Channel Four series Skins. His short film “Thrush” won the Rushes Soho Shorts Festival Tenderpixel audience choice award and the 2010 Vimeo Best Narrative award. He’s also directed music video’s for the Golden Silvers and three other shorts “Mr Dorothy”, “Tomato Soup” and “Last Night”.
Back in Oct 2010, the first ever Vimeo Awards was held, and the winners for over 9 categories were announced. None of the winning videos are directly related to photography but the winning narrative Thrush by Gabriel Bisset-Smith was created entirely from still images. It’s pretty entertaining and it really opens the gates to what is possible now that we are all documenting our lives pretty much everyday.
An entire relationship told through photos in four minutes.
Directed by Gabriel Bisset-Smith and Graham Turner.
Written by Gabriel Bisset-Smith
Music by Golden Silvers