Besides my day to day commercial work, when time allows I like to jump into some personal and short film projects. Below is a small snippet of work i've done over the years. All for the love of the game!



Title: Emmeline
Role: DOP and Editor
Client: Antler Theatre


  • BFI Future Film Festival, 2013 - WINNER: BEST FICTION, 19-25yrs
  • Festival Alto Vicentino, Italy, 2013 - WINNER: BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
  • Chicago International Childrens Film Festival, 2013 - WINNER: YOUTH JURY PRIZE - LIVE-ACTION SHORT FILM
  • Colchester Film Festival, 2013 - WINNER: BEST REGIONAL FILM
  • Brantford Film Festival, Canada 2013 - WINNER: BEST SHORT
  • Shooting People's Film of the Month, 2012 - WINNER: NOV 2012



Title: Blackbird
Role: DOP and Editor
Client: Self initiated
Date Released: January 2017

Ever jumped through hoops for what you thought was the perfect job? BLACKBIRD - A playfully absurd take on the Post-Grad Employment Crisis: Temping

Recognition and Screenings:

  • “Strange, quirky and beautifully shot” — Chortle
  • “a masterclass in comedy short film-making: @dppasquini’s delightful Blackbird.’” — Jonathan Wakeham, Co-Founder & Programmer, LOCO London Comedy Film Festival
  • A Chortle's Best Comedy Show on Demand
  • The Smalls Film Festival, 2017 - OFFICIAL SELECTION Comedy
  • Fandependent Films Festival, Summer 2017 •Top 5: Shooting People's Film of the Month, June 2017

Title: The Good Men
Role: Camera Op
Client: Ben Hay

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Title: The Good Men
Role: Joint DOP with Ben Hay
Client: Ben Hay

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Title: Altered Focus: Burma
Role: Filmed & Directed / Collaboration with James Holman
Client: Hotknees Media / Self


  •  Winner of Best Independent and Emerging Film Makers at the International Skateboard Film Festival 2011
  • Vimeo Staff Pick

Impact: 170,000 views across Vimeo, Youtube and Mpora platforms. 

Info: Filmed in the summer of 2009, released in 2012, Altered Focus: Burma follows three film makers and skateboarders as they travel across Yangon and Mandalay. The film explores the reaction to this unseen activity whilst touching on the political situation there.