My recent work is created from a study on time and spatial perception within immersive cinema called When The Spell is Broken. The study founded in 2014 is developed from my interest in systems and ontologies within the cinematic; focusing on poetics of imagination through history making in contemporary art practices. My current research locates the essence of cinema elsewhere, outside of the form that is traditionally defined. My creative processes involve research on philosophy and art theory, investigating the notion of anachronism and its connection to light and sound; spirit and spectre, ontology and hauntology.