To make a great film you need three things: the script, the script and the script.

Alfred Hitchcock


The world of fae creatures has developed alongside ours: invisible and shrinking, but full of bakeries and coffee shops and carpenters. Every creature has their own type of magic–except for fairies. One such fairy, sixteen-year-old Piper, stumbles upon shady dealings that take her beyond the borders of the hidden city into the real world, where she meets a moody elf, an outcast wizard, and a plucky young human. Whether she likes it or not, she’ll need all of them to stop the mysterious force seeking to destroy the city.


Mara doesn’t want much in life: a decent job with her strict boss, a quiet holiday break… She certainly doesn’t want to discover a strange man in the trunk of her car–a man who claims he doesn’t remember anything about himself, but seems to know a creepy amount about her. Even as Mara tries to get rid of him, his arrival has already attracted the attention of some dangerous people.

THE SORCERER KING (Master thesis project)

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A musical stage production inspired by Charles Perrault’s fairytale “Bluebeard.”

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