Filmlyfe: Toby Cregan

by stab March 08, 2016 1 min read

Welcome back to Filmlyfe, a series of journeys in which we swirl through time and space, and bathe in the blissful technicolor aesthetics that only an auteur can sling. The premise we’re rolling with? Men of the lens answer questions for us with visuals instead of words. It’s all motion. It’s a view into VHS_tobytheir souls.

Toby Cregan is a real original thinker. His style of work doesn’t just go against the grain, he uses a whole different plank of wood. Toby has had some solid releases over the past 12 months, including My Brother Sam, Mild Vase and Carpark Stories (Stab Exclusive). He’s the big dog with the bravado to match, becoming the go-to man for yours truly, and regularly framing the likes of Creed McTaggart, Beau Foster, Elliot Marshall and Chippa Wilson. Explore the intriguing mind of Mr Toby Cregan through this candid visual offering we like to call Filmlyfe.

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