Following the release of my showreel demonstrating some of the work I did in the year 2016, here is a more detailed look at the individual projects showcased in the reel as well as links to some of them. The intro and outro are designed to represent a FUI (Fictional User Interface), an are of motion … Continue reading 2016 Showreel
Behind the scenes look and discussion of an animation I did for a music themed design challenge.
If you've read some of my previous posts you'll know that I love designing interfaces, and that this is very much a direction I want to go in more with my work. Aside from interfaces, I also love Star Trek. In fact, I think Star Trek is one of the things that first got me … Continue reading 50 Years of Star Trek Interfaces
What a busy year it has been, we're over halfway through 2016 and only just getting around to writing this. Here's a breakdown of the individual shots seen in the 2015 showreel, as well as links to the various projects and my corresponding blog posts if you would like to learn more about them. The reel … Continue reading 2015 Showreel
Making the Earth
Three years since I last attempted a science fiction project (see Rebellion), I once again tried my hand in my favourite genre, albeit this time on a much smaller scale. Originally intended as the practical element to accompany my dissertation about the use of sound in sci-fi cinema, Aurora was to be an experimental short film … Continue reading Aurora
A short retrospective on the project that, in essence, started it all.
A couple of months ago I was approached by the guys at AEVUM Records to produce a music video for their song Don't Save It. Naturally I jumped at the chance, as I really liked the song and the atmosphere, and we had a lot of fun shooting it. However, while I did co-write and DoP this … Continue reading Don’t Save It
Making of the Apollo 11 Animation
With this challenge I went from TV show intros to feature film. This is part of a plan to see if I can emulate some of my personal role-model, Andrew Kramer's work in a limited amount of time. Eventually I intend to tackle his Fringe intro. But for now, I decided to go with something … Continue reading 4 HOUR CHALLENGE – STAR TREK (2009) INTRO