A: When we met I was actually studying contemporary dance, so yeah my creative path has changed a lot! We’ve definitely grown together. We’ve been creating together for more almost a decade (longer than we’ve been together as a couple) so it’s definitely shaped everything we do. However most of the skill refining etc has happened individually over time.
Do you find any challenges in being a creative couple and working together on projects?
K: Big time! We often have different creative styles and ideas, but working through any clashes always results in a better outcome.
A: We have very different creative approaches, almost always opposite. But I think that gives us an edge. The fun of creativity is that it’s so unpredictable!
Although all art and creative works are created with equal love, do you have a favourite project that you have worked on? Together or separately.
K: Pretty much anytime the brief required, at least for me, music that was not my usual style. Some definite highlights have been Aika (launching soon!) and Morgan Printing! Those guys are a definite party!
A: I think a project needs a special kind of momentum, a kind of excitement and energy. It feels good when the creative flow is flowing. My favourite projects have a perfect combination of artists working together who all feel this same excitement.
What kinds of projects are you working on at the moment?
K: Pre-made films! For brands that want video content but don't need a full custom film.
A: Yeah we just launched our first collection of pre-made films for sale through oneminutefilm.shop so we are now working on collections 2 and 3...I’m super excited about how they are shaping up. Plus we always have around 4 or 5 custom film clients in the pipeline.
What advice can you offer on finding your personal style or aesthetic?
K: I think your style will change over time and also as culture and society changes but there will be unique consistencies that wind themselves through all your creative works. So I’ve found it’s more important to discover your uniqueness as a person than it is to focus on creating a particular creative style. Trends will always go in and out of fashion, who you are is always relevant.