Works from 2020 - 2021

Ramzia Jawara: Videography, Editing

SNRSBRK: Sound Design 
Jan 2020 -2021


Earth is my Masjid’ is a ten-minute performance film set in The Gambia, which delves into a profound journey of self-healing using the earth, sun and water elements as natural forms of energy healing.

This transformative film serves as a testament to the power of reclaiming one’s self through the process of self-healing, capturing the essence of personal growth, resilience, and the profound connection we can establish with the natural world.

Ramzia Jawara: Direction, Production, Sound Design, Editing, Talent

Videography: India Rose

Additional Sound Design: Nicolai Junkers  

Aug 2023


This short film demonstrates the colonisation of Body, Mind and Culture through Media. It is an amalgamation of hyper-visual imagery and racially charged and misogynistic sound clips, sourced from media outlets that capitalise on the stereotypes associated with black people; aggression, violence, hyper-sexuality and lack of control. This film travels through a journey of dark history following the impact that has been left on the black body and the Global South, with particular focus on the position of the black female in the oppressive, phallocentric racial matrix.

The use of material is very symbolic throughout the course of this film. The black sheet represents the black body, imprinted with appropriated and fetishised parts taken from the black female body. In reverse the white sheet represents the white body with smears of black grease paint symbolic of the blackface performers in the 1900’s and the impression left on white culture as a result of black struggle. 

Ramzia Jawara: Direction, Videography, Editing, Talent

Joss Matthew: Photography

Freya Grotecke: Videography Assistant 

Aug 2020


Collaboration with sound designer SNRSBRK, bringing the elements of chaos and disorder into one sigular space, pushing the boundaries of conventionality 

SNRSBRK: Sound Design 

Ramzia Jawara: Videography, Editing


Experimental sound piece bringing together eclectic soundscapes from my home land, The Gambia. The spectrum ranges from the resonant echoes of Islamic prayers to the voices of locals discussing the underground revival of traditional spiritual practices.

Sound Design: Ramzia Jawara