Communication exists in many forms. But when we are unable to communicate in the same manner as we do normally, do we lose a way we can relate to each other? And could it tear people apart? Chaconne explores a moment in a women's life as she pauses to rediscover herself through a language she is used to.
Ashley Koek began his career in the camera department with credits on television, film, commercials and music videos, before finding his love for directing. He has since directed a range of genres from documentaries to TVCs and music videos. Ash has also built a suite of impressive music video credits for acts like The Vasco Era and the Video of the Year NT Music Awards for Narbalek. In 2008 seeing it time to expand taking on the world of feature length drama, he has just completed a director's attachment on Underbelly, a series about Melbourne's gangland wars. Most recently Ash directed a feature length concert DVD for The Cat Empire.