GREYXGRAY was born out of today's radically shifting landscape of filmmakers and designers. We manipulate new trends & technologies of the ﬁlm and design medium to create effective and sophisticated visual narratives — shaping the sublime out of the ordinary.
Nicole Midori Woodford is a filmmaker who likes to invert the camera’s gaze upon the consciousness we call humanity;
her films dissect, remix and parallelize these glimpses. An alumnus of the 8th Berlinale Talent Campus, she was selected
to join the 6th Asian Film Academy at the Pusan International Film Festival 2010 and she won the Asian Film Academy Prize
for Outstanding Performance.
She also lectures part-time at the Nanyang Technological University School of Art, Design & Media and Orita Sinclair School of Art and New Media.
Amanda Tan graduated from the School of Art, Design and Media at the
Nanyang Technological University with a degree in Digital Filmmaking.
Spurred by her love for Art and finding Cinema to be the medium that
comes closest to imitating life, she hopes to make films that are honest
and capture that magic "real life movie moment" in film.
Hanafi Mohd loves fixing things. The idea of "there has got to be a better
way" innately drives him to seek new, interesting ways of dealing with
challenges, whether in communicating ideas to today's audiences or even
how to change his camera lenses quicker.