Whether it is in fiction or non-fiction, Shiree loves to tell the narrative in audio visual essays using still images, videography and time lapsing, cinematographs and animations, further embellished with music, sound effects and voice-overs for the full impact of her artful skills in conceptualism. When reporting, she remains true to the candid accurate journalistic approach in documentary and travelogue making of her subject under focus.
Introducing her first fictional work in essay, Rise My Queen is a beautiful love story, well illustrated and lovingly put together as the Solo Body Of Work by Shiree Jetha, is set in an enchanted altered reality world of vampires, fairies and graphic scenes aimed to shock, tease and transport the viewer to a darkside of conceptualism and artistic freedom of expression; debuted at the Toronto Camera Club and on a larger scale, at the Canadian Association of Photographic Art (CAPA) AV competition 2022.
Creative elements superbly executed. Well developed theme with lots of technical wizardry keeps the viewer engaged.
O3C Panel Of Judges
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Breathless tone of the narrator is meant to keep the listener on the edge of their seat, and it worked. Narration and music breaks, are well timed for a seamless flow,