TERATOGENY is a one of a kind, feature-length experimental film by first time director/producer/writer/editor Kevin McMaster. A collision of imagery and sound, Teratogeny is an all out attack on the senses, and not for the feint of heart. Filmed with the combined mediums of Super 8 and 16mm film, Hi8 and Digital Video, and 35mm Still Photography, and featuring an all original soundtrack of industrial music, sound effects and eerily spoken poetry, this film is an experience like none other.Canadian filmmaker Kevin McMaster is a graduate of Ryerson University's world-famous film program in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is author of three screenplays, including the teen comedy Skids, and the psychological thrillers Clean and The Irreverent. Kevin is also a poet and has released five books of poetry, including Love and Angst (But Mostly Angst), Self-Abusive Musings, 50 Pages, 50 Pages II, and The Song and Dance Begins. He has released four albums of music under the artist name Butterfly Bush, including a soundtrack of this film, and the experimental progressive works Horny Jesus, Bloodletting and Maid In Canada. In 2014, he authored his first novel entitled A Jester's Tear (Part One - The Dark Prince) with Part Two due for release in summer 2015.