Edward Fleming (Pink Graffiti) is a video director and music producer/vocalist from Nottingham. Ed is the founder of polytype and one half of Morphine Boys. He currently studies Digital Film Production at Ravensbourne in London and manages Radio SE10.




Let’s Bring Back Sophie is a six part debut feature about a group of teenagers whose lives are changed after the disappearance of a girl in a dysfunctional teenage Nottingham. The series won Edward an award for best director at the CSFF awards in 2016 and was shortlisted for best editing and best screenplay


I Love Skateboarding is a short portrait documentary on the daily life of a professional skateboarder, created with a Sony FS700 and a fisheye lens in 2016 by Edward and Bruce, also on polytype.



This short art film was created with fellow polytype members Bruce and Alex for a Ravensbourne assignment. This film was shot on a Samsung Hi8 camcorder around central and south east London, using an extract from Let’s Bring Back Sophie and an original Pink Graffiti demo.





The Camino is a debut documentary produced in 2015 for Confetti in association with Pilgrim House. In 2015 it gained recognition from BBC Radio Nottingham and various Camino organisations from the UK and Santiago.


This practice-based dissertation by Viviane Melo from Ravensbourne investigates the growth of sustainability and its relation to marketing in luxury fashion. The documentary was directed by Edward for her BA in Fashion.