Driving through Rochdale one afternoon I pulled up next to a bright green van covered in grassy-imagery. It belonged to a company called Greensleeves. I went home and animated their logo with some footage I shot of some grass in France.
This piece of moving artwork used projected imagery of Josh Stika’s glorious designs within the BoxFresh logo. It was our job to take the static images of his work and breathe some life into it on the Warehouse Project wall.
A boat trip along the croadile infested Black River in Jamaica lead me to add motion graphics, text, and a crocodile, to the filmed footage from the GoPro using match moving / motion tracking techniques.
The NHS Pregnancy Screening department wanted to bring their printed information into the 21st century and have it animated to make it more informative and memorable.
In this budget product video production for Itsy we shot some footage of there products and included text to show the benefits of their mini glass bottles and jars as favours at weddings. Simples!
How can you have an animated radio station logo as a video in the radio you ask? Well, this wasn’t exactly for the radio, it was used on MistaJam’s website to brand his SpeakerBox videos with.
This animation has a motivational message that encourages people to try our animation services while an animated hand-drawn illustration of a robot dribbles a basketball.
There was no script for this one! The process was simple – Take one 6 year old nephew who loves bathtime, a 35 year old man who loves filming, a GoPro with a suction cup and underwater housing, hit record, edit it, and see what happens.
Filmed by Director and Producer Michael Holyk we were asked to add some stylised music video effects to his edited film for Shide Boss to make it look a more stylish.
It was just after I’d made my first music video for D-Tox that I was invited to join RKP and Urban Bass TV to film an interview with D12 who were performing live at Manchester Academy. Somebody pinch me!