Kallum Corke is a filmmaker & artist passionate about telling engaging, character-driven stories that challenge perceptions about people, their environments and the issues they face.

He has been commissioned by clients such as Manchester-based band The Bright Black, Scotland’s youth information and advocacy charity Young Scot and the prestigious Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons to produce a wide variety of content; from e-learning materials and advertisements, to music video and short documentaries.

His work as an artist runs parallel to his work as filmmaker, focusing on similar issues - but exploring experimental techniques using salvaged electronics and DIY image-making machines in his video, photographic and mixed-media works which have been exhibited across the U.K.