Subjects: design, typography, animation, storyboarding, compositing
I worked with Rupert Ray to create this stop motion film which tells the brand story of Grolsch. I assisted with art direction as well as designed and animated all of the typography.
We had a lot of fun working on this, which I think comes across in the behind the scenes film I made to document the making of.
Subjects: concept, design, creative/art direction
Rupert Ray was offered the opportunity to pitch for the design of the title sequence for new HBO & BBC series, Parade's End, starring Benedict Cumberbatch & Rebecca Hall. The director, Susanna White, was heavily influenced by the vorticist art movement, so I decided to try and create something which would be reminiscent of old vortographs.
In the studio, I started playing around with a digital camera, a set of three mirrors, a cheap ikea desk lamp and laser print outs of the cast names. Below is the final sequence and a 'making of'.
Subjects: concept, design, typography
I worked with Rupert Ray to come up with the concept for the film titles for new feature film, 'Another Me', (also known as Panda Eyes). My hand lettering was used for the cast names.
Subjects: concept, design, animation
I recently finished working with the director and producer of new Sky+ series 'The Tunnel' to create the title sequence. If you have seen the first episode you will understand why the text is split in half...
Subjects: design, illustration, animation, storyboarding
Design, illustration and animation which explains the concept of WeFarm - a social initiative, started by Cafe Direct, which aims to get farmers around the world communicating about any problems or in fact, solutions they have to issues surrounding farming.
The illustrations I created for the animation have been used across the WeFarm website.
Subjects: design, animation
Animation & design for a short film to celebrate the legacy of Chloé founder, Gaby Aghion in anticipation of the Attitudes exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo.
Made at Partizan
Directed by Poppy de Villeneuve
Subjects: design, illustration
Rachel and Lois recently opened a children's store in North Yorkshire. When they asked me to design a logo for their new business, I instantly saw the L & the A as alligators mouths, and luckily when I tried it, it worked. Sometimes, (rarely) the first ideas are the best! The design has been rolled out across all of their stationery, website and storefront.
Subjects: concept, design, animation
Privacy International contacted TiRA with a short (two weeks) deadline and a fairly loose brief: create a a film or animation on the theme of privacy.
We decided to create a piece which demonstrates the sheer amount of data a person can unknowingly give away in a single hour.
The video was part of their European Privacy and Human Rights project, and was funded with the support of the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Program of the European Commission.
The film was recently featured on Creative Review and was also shown at the Sense & The City exhibition at the London Transport Museum.
Made at This is Real Art
Subjects: concept, design, animation,
Rupert Ray asked me to make a quick animation for the 'thoughtlets' page of their new website. I was given the theme of 'momentum' and free reign to create whatever I wished.
Subjects: film, editing
While at TiRA, I created several short films for Mii Cosmetics. The first of which was a behind the scenes of the first Mii photoshoot. I hid in the shadows with a Canon 5D, and this is the story:
I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to design and illustrate my own page of the very last Airside Calendar which featured 'DigiStick Technology'... otherwise known as Stickers. As my month was June, I decided to do a series of Jubilee inspired tattoos for HRH, The Queen. My favourite was the 'Royalex'.