As a long time reader of The Guardian, it was great to finally contribute some work to their print and online editions. Click the links below to find out more.
"Everyone Considered it a Bad Idea" How The Office Went From Slough to Scranton
How We Made: Airplane!
How We Made: Four Weddings and a Funeral
How We Made: Parks and Recreation
How We Made: The Addams Family
My initial commission for The Guardian fell through half way through completion. Feeling a bit deflated, I decided to rewatch one of my favourite movies, 1993's The Addams Family Values. It suddenly dawned on me that the film had reached the landmark age of 25 - the perfect opportunity to reflect on its creation. The Guardian were keen on focusing in on part one and I was lucky enough to get to speak to star Anjelica Huston and Director Barry Sonnenfled about their experiences making the movie. Click the image below to read the full piece...